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Jerry Lawler reveals he had a stroke three weeks ago
Submitted by Aaron Rift on 04/11/2018 at 01:57 PM


Jerry Lawler's podcast co-host Glenn Moore passed along the following:

On the most recent episode of ‘Dinner With The King,’ co-hosts Jerry “The King” Lawler, with his co-host Glenn Moore, talks about his medical emergency two weeks before WrestleMania weekend.

Lawler suffered a stroke at his home on March 21 while with his fiancé, Lauryn, and was unable to speak for almost three days. His face was also sagging on one side. He then woke up on Saturday morning 100% better and able to continue his normal routine of wrestling and making appearances, including WrestleMania.

The King talks about what exactly happened and why the doctors were shocked he made such a quick recovery. Also, he talks about only telling a few WWE personnel, including Kevin Dunn, Vince McMahon, and Triple H. Lawler was surprised it was able to stay a secret for the past three weeks.

Finally, the duo talked about WrestleMania weekend, including some highlights from the weekend full of events. Lawler hinted that the office was not too pleased with Mark Henry’s plea to get Owen Hart into the WWE Hall of Fame. Also, The King talks about the HBO documentary about Andre The Giant.







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