WWE.COM issued an update on the health of Jerry “The King” Lawler who yesterday night suffered a heart attack during the live broadcast of Monday Night RAW from Montreal, Canada. The positive update says that all Lawler’s vital signs are stable and he is being monitored at a cardiac care
Jerry Lawler had a packed weekend, appearing at two shows in Aruba for Caribbean Wrestling Bash before flying to Canada for the live RAW. The WWE Hall of Famer was involved in an angle with Roddy Piper and a wrestler for CWB, where he was attacked during an interview segment.
Jerry Lawler underwent surgery very early in the morning in Montreal to unclog his arteries according to his former wife and former WWE Diva Stacy “The Kat” Carter. “He had a stint [stent] & a balloon put in. Right now he is still heavily sedated. Will update when I know
The wrestling community was obviously shaken by the news of Jerry Lawler yesterday as his heart attack during the live RAW broadcast resulted in tons of messages from his friends and colleagues on Twitter. “I’m shaken by the news of my friend Jerry Lawler’s medical emergency in Montreal. Hands shaking.
Several mainstream media outlets covered the Lawler story from yesterday’s RAW as the incident blew up on Twitter and other social media sites. Yahoo! Sports, Los Angeles Times, CNN, ABC News, CBS News, TMZ, The Examiner, Huffington Post, New York Post, Fox News, and others all carried articles on their
The whole Lawler heart attack saga unfolded at the top of the third hour of Monday Night RAW yesterday. After a couple of minutes of no commentary from Lawler during the tag team match, a camera shot showing the action with the broadcast booth in the background showed Lawler with
Jerry Lawler’s girlfriend, Lauryn McBride, posted a note on her Facebook page saying that Lawler is now in stable condition at a Montreal hospital. “I’m getting on the first flight out of here to be with him & will keep everyone posted. He is a strong man and we will
Video of the moment Jerry Lawler suffered his heart attack surfaced online, showing all the panic and chaos that went on as soon as Lawler hit the deck. Several EMTs and WWE’s own medical team rushed to ringside and worked their magic before he was lifted up and stormed out
Jerry Lawler suffered a heart attack during the live broadcast of Monday Night RAW yesterday in Montreal, causing some ringside chaos and some change to the show. Medical personnel rushed to ringside as the incident happened during the tag team match of Kane and Daniel Bryan vs Prime Time Players.