Video of Jerry The King Lawler’s return to the ring in Ocala

 

Available now is the video of Jerry The King Lawler's return to the ring on May 25 for !BANG! TV in (Central Florida) Ocala with fellow WWE Hall of Famer Dory Funk Jr.

It marked Lawler’s first official match since his heart attack last year on WWE Monday Night Raw.

Cleared by doctors to compete, Lawler accepted an offer from fellow WWE Hall of Famer Dory Funk Jr. to team with him, Johnny Magnum and Jessica Power-House Hill. They battled Cory Wild Weston, Quinton Drop-Back Hitchcock, Romero Youngblood and Hollywood Heather in an inter-gender eight-person tag.

Lawler delivered his patented piledriver on Hollywood Heather to score the victory for his team.

Go to http://www.dory-funk.com. Then click on Jerry Lawler Returns to the Ring or the photo of Hollywood Heather.

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