Shocking New Picture Of Brian Knobbs After Losing 60 Pounds

Former WWE and WCW Superstar Brian Knobbs has posted a surprising new photo on social media, showing how good he looks having lost 60 pounds.

The former Nasty Boys member was hospitalised back in August with multiple health conditions, but has shown an incredible transformation. He has also recently been visited by Ric Flair in hospital.

A fundraiser had been organised by Knobbs friend Fred Yung, who said that the star was dealing with stomach issues and also needed knee surgery.

It would now appear things are looking up for Knobbs, who posted an impressive picture on social media and also commented on the visit he had received from ‘The Nature Boy’, saying that he is now on the fast track to recovery.

Nothing better to lift your spirits and get you even more motivated than a visit from one of your closest friends, the Nature Boy, Ric Flair.

True friendship isn’t about being there when it’s convenient; it’s about being there when it’s not.

Brian is on the fast track to recovery. Losing over 60 lb and rehabbing every day. Having the emotional and financial support from all of his family, friends and fans has been a huge motivator in his road to recovery. Although Brian still has a rocky road ahead of him he is determined to get back out there stronger and better than ever. We are very close to reaching Brian’s GoFundMe goal your continued support is truly appreciated. Brian’s sincere thanks to everyone for all the love and support.

Ric Flair visits Brian Knobbs in hospital

Brian Knobbs teamed with Jerry Sags as The Nasty Boys, notably winning the WWE Tag Team Championships from The Hart Foundation at WrestleMania VII. They held the belts until SummerSlam of that year, where they lost them to The Legion Of Doom.

The Nasty Boys are also three-time WCW Tag Team Champions, after the team made the move there in 1993.

Knobbs and Sags reunited on occasions on the independent scene, and also teamed briefly in IMPACT Wrestling in 2010.

Everyone at Hooked On Wrestling extends their best wishes to Brian Knobbs as he continues his recovery.