This past Monday’s Raw drew 4,662,000 viewers, which is up 400,000 from the Feb. 11 telecast.
PW Insider.com is reporting that the 2013 WWE Hall of Fame ceremony, which will take place Apr. 6, live from Madison Square Garden in New York City. Bruno Sammartino, Trish Stratus, Mick Foley and Bob Backlund make up the star studded class.
Jerry Lawler was interviewed by WMC-TV where he talked about his recovery from his heart attack and more. Here is part of the piece:
The images were broadcast on television around the world as Jerry "The King" Lawler collapsed outside a wrestling ring. He was the victim of a sudden heart attack.
What many people never saw is what happened behind the scenes the night "The King" went down.
"My heart didn't beat for 20 minutes and had to be shocked back to life," said Jerry Lawler. "Had I not been where I was, on television, worldwide television with a physician right there ringside then I would literally be dead right now."
Lawler went into sudden cardiac arrest in Canada during Monday Night Raw. He had just wrestled in a tag team match when he sat down at the announcers' table and slumped over.
That was six months ago.
"Honestly, Janice, the weird thing about it is I have not had one ill aftereffect. I've not felt bad," he told Action News 5's Janice Broach.
You can read the entire article at http://www.14news.com/story/21243612/a-look-ahead-jerry-lawlers-road-back-to-the-ring.
Finally, Wrestling News World.com has a piece up discussing the reaction of Jack Swagger’s arrest Tuesday night. You can check it out at http://www.wrestlingnewsworld.com/more-on-the-reaction-to-the-arrest-of-jack-swagger/.