WWE Hall Of Famer Jerry Lawler has revealed that he will be returning to the show that he called home for decades, Monday Night Raw.
Depending on when you became a wrestling fan, Jerry ‘The King’ Lawler will be remembered for different things. Lawler is a living legend in Memphis where he competed for decades, becoming a cultural icon in the city.
Lawler then went on to join the World Wrestling Federation in the early nineties where he sought to make Bret Hart’s life a living hell before doling out tongue lashings from the commentary table alongside Vince McMahon and Jim Ross.
Now after hanging up his headset on a full-time basis following a highly controversial remark, Jerry Lawler has revealed on social media that he is set for a return to Raw on the 7th of March in Cleveland.
— Jerry Lawler (@JerryLawler) March 5, 2022
Although Lawler is synonymous with Memphis, he spent some of his formative years living in the suburbs of Ohio near Cleveland, giving The King a lifelong love of the city’s sports teams.
It is not known if Lawler will be taking up a position at the announce desk on Raw but he will be on hand to witness the Raw Tag Team Championship that is scheduled for the show. Champions Alpha Academy will put their title on the line against both former champions RK-Bro as well as the team of Seth ‘Freakin’ Rollins and Kevin Owens.