Carey Hart is recovering after replacing a disc in his neck.
The motocrosser, who married Pink in 2006, gave a medical update on Instagram after the surgery, indicating he felt "awesome."
"I'm about three hours after post-op," he said. "Feel awesome, understandably, pains meds, anesthesia, all that stuff. Been up on my feet three times now. This one's been a breeze, even the back one was pretty easy."
The 46-year-old maintained his sense of humor while posting a photo of a small pouch containing his blood that drained from his neck. "Anyone want an organic bloody mary?" he joked.
The surgery is actually Carey's second within two weeks to repair his neck.
"One down and one to go!!!!! Lower spine disc replacement was a success!!!" he said on Sept. 23 after the first surgery. "Glad my fusion has some company with the M6 disc replacement."
In a video after that first surgery, Pink filmed her husband walking around the hospital four hours post operation.
"I can totally be back on my motorcycle in like two weeks," he joked at the time. Pink responded, "Yeah, that's not gonna happen."
Throughout both surgeries, Carey profusely thanked the staff and doctors at the DISC Sports & Spine Center.
To say that Carey has had surgery before would be a gross understatement, having once told the Boozed And Bruised podcast that he stopped counting his broken bones when it "got into the eighties."
In a 2014 chat with Rolling Stone, the father of two said, "I've broken everything you could imagine."
"I can't tell you how many times I've been laying in the dirt, something broken, bone sticking out, just thinking 'Why the f*** do I keep doing this?'" he continued. "But you go to the hospital, you get stitched up, or bolted back together, and you go home and heal, and eventually you start to forget the injury and start to miss your motorcycle."