Ric Flair Sells Viagra Called ‘Mount Everest’ In New Career Venture With His Wrestling Days Behind Him

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RIC FLAIR has a new sponsorship deal – to sell viagra.

The wrestling legend shared the ad on his social media with his tagline “woooo”.

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Flair, 73, retired from wrestling earlier this year.

And now the Nature Boy is helping the people Mother Nature has caught up with.

Flair promoted a drug called “Mount Everest” to his followers.

And he joked, “It’s not your grandfather’s pill.”

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The 73-year-old tries to help men overcome erectile dysfunction in a low-key way.

The irony is that its advertising is anything but understated.

“Mount Everest” states that its goal is: “Helping men improve their sex lives through our custom compounded medications as well as generic and branded alternatives.”

Fans were stunned to see Flair’s ad appear on their timeline.

One joked, “Here for a good while not long.”

Another said, “WOOOOOO! ALL NIGHT!!!”

But not everyone was convinced it was a good idea for Flair to promote the pill.

One fan tweeted, “Ric, we all thought you had no dignity. You didn’t have to confirm that.”

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Flair was a 16-time world champion during an iconic wrestling career.

His last game was at Tennessee in July.

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