Former WCW Star Doing Better After Health Scare, Jerry Lawler Says Memphis Wrestling Could Come to WWE Network

Nick Paglino

Jerry Lawler Says Memphis Wrestling Could Come to WWE Network

WWE’s the King Jerry Lawler says he is happy for his son Brian Christopher and talks about Memphis Wrestling coming to the WWE Network.

In an exclusive interview with The Roman Show at Florida Supercon, which took place in Miami Beach through July 6, Lawler said he is satisfied with his son’s return to the WWE, as Christopher and his teammate Scotty Too Hotty made a recent NXT appearance.

“I was really happy for him. Brian and Scotty are doing quite a lot of appearances across the county,” he said. “So much wrestling going on independently around the county. They are busy every single week. He’s not on WWE TV. He’s available all the time. They might bring him back. Who knows?”

Lawler also said those involved with the WWE network met with him to review film from Memphis Wrestling, which he was a part of. He says it could just be a matter of time until Memphis Wrestling comes to the WWE network.

“They sent a crew to Memphis to see what is usable,” he said. “We produced a 90 minute wrestling show for 21 straight years. There’s a lot of footage. Hopefully, will have it on the WWE network. Memphis Wrestling – so many of the stars of the WWE started or came through.”

Lawler also spoke about his heart condition, how he currently feels, says he's thankful for prayers and experiences wrestling in Florida. You can check out the entire interview by clicking on the above link.

Former WCW Star Doing Better After Health Scare

Following a recent health scare, former WCW star Scott Norton posted the following on Twitter:

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