The 70-year-old flair was first taken to the emergency room for treatment after TMZ Sports.
They claim his situation is "very serious" since Flair was in Atlanta when he fell ill.
It comes two years after Flair was put into a medically induced coma for 11 days after his bowel was torn.
The WWE legend had a big party with stars on his 70th birthday in February to solve this problem.
Flairs Camp or WWE have not yet commented on Flair's health, but the fans have quickly shared their congratulations.
One posted: "Fingers crossed, he's okay"
Another added, "Prayers for the Nature Boy, hopefully he'll quit at 2.9999."
A third wrote: "Pulling for you Nature Boy"
And another WWE fan commented, "I pray for you, Ric."
A fifth wrote: "I pray for @RicFlairNatrBoy, a pure and complete legend"
With another addition: "Kick out at two and a half Nature Boy."
Flair is officially recognized by WWE as a 16-time World Champion and was inducted into the WWE Hal of Fame in 2008.
He maintained his career in the ring as he helped Triple H defeat Batista at WrestleMania 35.
Conrad Thompson promotes an event where Flair should attend next weekend in Las Vegas.
Starrcast has visited a number of wrestling personalities and it has been reported that Thompson considers the reports exaggerated.
Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful.com tweeted: "Conrad Thompson says the Ric Flair situation is not as grave or serious as TMZ envisioned, and that was a planned process that Ric Flair wanted ahead of Las Vegas."
Thompson said, "Ric was not worried about that. Ric did not believe that this would be reported or published in the TMZ. It's all systems go. The roast of Ric flair still happens "