PRESS RELEASE: JCW announces the J-Cup Tag Team Tourney plus Jerry “The King” Lawler

JCW 3JCW announces the J-Cup Tag Team Tourney plus Jerry “The King” Lawler!

Another huge weekend of wrestling is on tap this week when Jersey Championship Wrestling (JCW) returns to Hasbrouck Heights on Friday night March 28th, and debuts in Queens, NYC on Saturday night March 29th.  Marquee names will be in the ring on both nights, headlined by Jerry “The King” Lawler on Saturday.

The weekend kicks off at the Hasbrouck Heights VFW with the return of the Jersey J-Cup Tournament.  A new wrinkle is brought into the event this year as it will feature Tag Team matches, with the eventual winners being crowned the first JCW Tag Team Champions of the new era.

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WWE Hall of Famer Jerry Lawler wins in his comeback match with Dory Funk Jr. in Ocala, FL

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WWE Hall of Famer Jerry Lawler wins in comeback match with Dory Funk Jr. in Ocala, FL.

Jerry The King Lawler delivered his patented piledriver on Hollywood Heather to score the victory for his team in an inter-gender tag match during the !BANG! TV tapings on Saturday, May 25 at the !BANG! TV Soundstage in (Central Florida) Ocala.

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

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Recent Jerry “The King” Lawler interview

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LordsofPain.net writer Michael Bluth reports that WWE Hall of Famer Jerry “The King” Lawler was interviewed by Peter Rosenberg of RosenbergRadio.com New York’s Hot 97 hip hop radio station.

Among the topics discussed were:
 
  • His recent heart attack.
  • The tragic death of Owen Hart in 1998.
  • His memorable feud with Bret Hart.
  • Being disappointed with his only WrestleMania match.
  • The real story behind his beef with Jim Carey.
Here’s the 32-minute interview:

AS I SEE IT – The Scariest Night in Wrestling History?

AS I SEE IT – The Scariest Night in Wrestling History?

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Hell didn’t freeze over, as I suggested it might last week. Instead, we had what was likely the scariest night in wrestling history, or for that matter in live television, period. People looking for their three hours of escape were instead confronted with an off-screen battle of someone fighting for his life that they’d been listening to only minutes before.  As anyone not living in a cave is well aware, Jerry Lawler suffered a heart attack while commentating at the Monday Night RAW telecast that was to feature the return of Bret Hart to Montreal, for the first time in a WWE ring since 1997.

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