WWE Hall of Famer Jerry Lawler isn’t a regular on WWE programming nowadays, but he does show up every once in a while. Lawler will be making his return to WWE programming this Sunday as he announced via Twitter that he will be appearing on Raw Talk which is set to air live on the WWE Network immediately after Fastlane.
Check it out…I'll be doing #RawTalk immediately following the #RAW-exclusive PPV #WWEFastlane only on @WWENetwork LIVE THIS SUNDAY! https://t.co/04Ear6M9N7
— Jerry Lawler (@JerryLawler) March 3, 2017
Fans in the Memphis, TN area also have the option of watching the pay-per-view from Jerry Lawler’s Bar and Grill. Although Jerry Lawler won’t be there, it will surely still be a good time for any fans in the area who feel like watching the show from somewhere else besides the comfort of their own home.
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— Jerry Lawler's Place (@JKLBarBeale) March 3, 2017
The stars of Impact Wrestling are on a mission to make the brand great again, and no one seems to be more excited about the future than Abyss.
The Impact Wrestling star was recently a guest on Main Event Radio and he talked about what’s next for the promotion and more. Abyss says there’s a lot of excitement in the locker room and the company has a lot of big plans.
Impact has lost quite a few of their top names over the past few years and now they’re trying to rebuild the roster. At one point stars such as Samoa Joe and Bobby Roode were top names in TNA, but they’ve since moved on to WWE. Abyss worked closely with both men and he noted that he couldn’t be happier for their success.
“My reaction is nothing but happiness for both of them. I’m good friends with both of them, had some great experiences with both of them. Bobby and myself traveled a lot together, we’re very close. They both very much deserve the positions and accolades that they’re getting right now and I’m proud of both of them.”