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FOX Wants WWE Hall Of Famer, WWE Wrestler Walks Out

Jerry Lawler

• OLD SCHOOL HISTORY (June 25, 1990) – WWF Prime Time Wrestling

On this day in 1990, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Prime Time Wrestling’.

It featured pre-taped matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF SummerSlam 1990’ PPV.

The card can be found right here:

– Ronnie Garvin vs. Boris Zhukov

– WWF Update

– Dusty Rhodes vs. Black Bart

– Rick Rude vs. Jim Powers

– Koko B. Ware vs. Dale Wolfe

– WWF Event Center

– Earthquake vs. Mike Pocari

– Demolition vs. Paul Diamond/Joe Champ

– Brother Love Show: The Ultimate Warrior Is His Guest

– The Warlord vs. Brady Boone

– Nikolai Volkoff vs. Mike Sharpe

– WWF Event Center

– The Brooklyn Brawler vs. Martin Roy (JIP)

– Jake Roberts vs. Akeem

• FOX Wants WWE Hall Of Famer

Earlier this year, WWE Hall of Famer Triple H revealed that a weekly WWE studio show will air on Fox Sports 1 on Tuesday nights (when SmackDown moves to FOX in October).

According to WrestleVotes, FOX officials want WWE Hall of Famer Jerry “The King” Lawler to be a main part of this show:

“FOX has floated the idea to WWE about having Jerry “The King” Lawler as a main part of their WWE studio show that will begin once SmackDown moves over in October. The feeling is that Lawler’s image & voice is a familiar one, thus something Fox Sports is looking for.”

Along with Lawler, Renee Young is also expected to be a part of this show.

For those who don’t know, WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross recently revealed that a FOX executive wanted him to host this WWE studio show, but he was done with WWE and signed with AEW.

• WWE Wrestler Walks Out

On this week’s episode of 205 Live, Mike Kanellis faced “Gentleman” Jack Gallagher and lost.

After the match, Mike quit WWE and walked out.

This is just a storyline as Mike (and his wife Maria Kanellis) recently signed new 5 year deals with a significant pay raise.

Speaking of signing new 5 year deals, former WWE Champion Jinder Mahal has signed one as well and he’ll now be with WWE till 2024.

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