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WWE Commentator Collapses During Broadcast in Montreal

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Former wrestler and WWE commentator, Jerry “The King” Lawler collapsed yesterday (9/10) during a WWE Raw broadcast in Montreal.

Lawler suddenly stopped speaking while ringside during a match. His co-host, Michael Cole, was emotional when he told the audience that Lawler’s medical emergency was not a part of the show.

The WWE says Lawler suffered a heart attack at the announcer’s table and was taken to a local hospital.

Man…I used to love watching Jerry “The King” Lawler on Mid-South Wrestling back in the day. ┬áHope he’s doing ok.

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