WWE Hall of Famer Jerry “The King” Lawler recently announced the return of Memphis Wrestling to television. During the latest edition of the “Cerrito Live” podcast, Lawler said the promotion would be returning to local TV in Memphis, TN this April.
According to Lawler, Memphis Wrestling will air on Saturday mornings at 11AM EST on Channel 30.
WWE Hall Of Famer, Jerry “The King” Lawler may have a new TV show entitled; “Jerry Lawler’s Classic Memphis Wrestling”. According to PWInsider, Lawler has already filmed the pilot for the first episode and if the show is picked up locally, it would air classic matches and live events from Mid-South Championship Wrestling.
Cerrito Live, which is a radio sports show based in Memphis, had Lawler on for an interview and discussed the show coming to fruition. The WWE Hall Of Famer suggested that WWE could air the show after it debuts on local Memphis TV. He also stated that he technically owns a lot of the Memphis Wrestling library, so he could pull content off of YouTube if needed be.