Fans urge WWE legend Ric Flair to seek help as he advertises new boner pill

WWE legend Ric Flair has been mocked following his new endorsement for "boner pills".

Taking to Twitter the 73-year-old 'Nature Boy' advertised the new kind of Viagra, named Mount Everest.

The pills claim to "help guys enhance their sex life through a custom compounded medication".

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Alongside a short clip, Ric shared the caption: "This ain’t your grandfathers [aubergine emoji] pill. Check out this 3-in-1 formulated product from Nu Image Medical, called Mt. Everest! WOOOOOOO."

In the promotional clip, he said: "This ain't your grandfather's boner pill. Woooo!

"Go to Nu Image Medical dot com to see if Mount Everest is right for you."

Fans were embarrassed for the professional wrester and shared their comments under his post. Jeff said: "This is so sad." Another user added: "Is there anything you won’t shill for money?"

A third user said: "You are absolutely pathetic! As if people thought you couldn’t disgrace yourself anymore you prove how low you are willing to go. Seek help you desperately need it."

"Ric we all THOUGHT you had no dignity. You didn't have to confirm it," a fourth added.

Another user said: "This was like finding out Santa Claus isn’t real. The oldest ride and longest line needs a boost!?!"

Fans were baffled further as fellow WWE star, Sasha Banks, retweeted the unusual advert.

Jack said: "Sorry? Why tf did Sasha retweet this?" followed by laughing emojis.

The website for the product uses the tag line: "Put Some FLAIR Down There With MT. EVEREST".

They added: "Conquer Erectile Dysfunction directly (and discreetly!) from the comfort of your home" with tablets that only take "up to 60 minutes to work".

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The website states that more than 50% of men suffer from ED at some point in their lifetime and it is "the inability to achieve erections and sustain them during sexual intercourse."

Regarded by multiple peers and journalists as the greatest professional wrestler of all time, Flair has had a career that spanned 50 years, with his last ever match taking place at Tennessee in July of this year.

Flair was a 16-time world champion during an iconic wrestling career and he was the first holder of the WCW World Heavyweight Championship and the WCW International World Heavyweight Championship.

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