On the first This is Awesome Wrestling Show, hosts Glenn Moore (@GlennMooreCLE) and Steve Guy (@TheSteveGuy) chat with WWE Hall of Famer and former Cleveland native, Jerry “The King” Lawler (@jerrylawler).

He talked about the announce team not knowing about The Rock coming back on Raw and how they thought when his music hit, it was going to be the Big Show dressed as The Rock.

He mentions you see how much The Rock is still relevant and compares to stars now.

The King also talks about possibility stepping back into a WWE ring. He also talks about a possible John Cena heel turn, which he says “never say never”.

He also talks about announcing back in the Attitude Era vs. now, his jokes he used back then and now. How Triple H and other higher ups asked Jerry about Kevin Steen, who Jerry wrestled before Kevin signed with WWE.

Also, he talks about the crowd at Raw in Brooklyn, and even mentions when the crowd started chanting “This is Stupid” and says, ‘Hey, I was thinking the same thing.’

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**Interview starts at 21:37 mark of show.**

Want to hear our other interviews? Check out our conversations with Jerry “The King” Lawler, EC3Seth Rollins, Samoa Joe, Terry FunkThe Young Bucks, Neville, Kevin Owens, Colt Cabana, Chris Sabin, Sasha BanksKen Anderson, Lilian Garcia, Corey Graves, Dangerous Doug Gilbert, D.J. Z, Brian Myers aka Curt Hawkins, The Miz, Bo Dallas, Heath Slater, Mark Henry, Little Guido aka Nunzio, Cedric Alexander, Blue Pants, Eddie Kingston, Gregory Iron, Tessa Blanchard, Tyson Dux, Johnny Gargano, Taeler Hendrix, Colonel Robert ParkerCrazy Mary Dobson, Tim Donst, Grado, ‘All Ego’ Ethan Page, Gary Barnidge, Chris Perez, and 2 Cold Scorpio.

Please support independent wrestling by visiting Cleveland’s promotion, Absolute Intense Wrestling (@aiwrestling).

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