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Jerry Lawler Suffered A Stroke Two Weeks Before WrestleMania 34, Couldn’t Speak For 3 Days

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• Michael Cole Reveals If He Knew The Outcome Of Brock Lesnar vs. The Undertaker WrestleMania 30 Match

During an appearance on the Sky Sports Lock Up Podcast, Michael Cole talked about if he knows WrestleMania results in advance.

Below are the highlights:

On if he knows the WrestleMania results:

“I tell people for as much as we complain for the life that we live sometimes, because we are always away on the road and away from our family, life goes on, there’s nothing like it in the world. You know, I’m involved in a lot of things with the company, but WrestleMania is the one time of the year that I don’t want to know anything that is happening as far as stories, so to be able to sit there and take in moments like the Hardy Boys returning, which I didn’t know about, or Brock Lesnar defeating The Undertaker a number of years ago, which I had no idea about; stuff like that. It really makes you appreciate this business and the ups and downs and the roller coaster ride it takes you on.”

On The Hardy Boyz returning at WrestleMania 33:

“The Hardy Boys returning last year was absolutely incredible. It was one of those moments that you get goosebumps and you hope to deliver the line that people will remember for years to come on the WWE Network, and want to remind themselves of the return of the Hardy Boys. Those are great moments, but again, without the athleticism of our performers we would never have those.”

• Paige Sends Out Tweets To New SmackDown Live Stars & Carmella

New SmackDown Live General Manager Paige sent out the following congratulatory tweets to former NXT stars Peyton Royce & Billie Kay on making their SmackDown Live debuts last night and to Carmella for successfully cashing-in her Money in the Bank contract and becoming the new SmackDown Women’s Champion:

• Jerry Lawler Suffered A Stroke Two Weeks Before WrestleMania 34, Couldn’t Speak For 3 Days

During the latest edition of Dinner With The King podcast, WWE Hall of Famer Jerry “The King” Lawler revealed that he suffered a stroke two weeks before WrestleMania 34 (on March 21) and couldn’t speak for three days.

He also noted that his face starting sagging on one side. However, Lawler woke up on a Saturday morning feeling 100% and was able to do his WrestleMania 34 week duties.

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