Moore mentions that Lawler seemed to be quite stiff with Bret Hart while working together in the ring. Lawler laughs and says that Bret Hart wasn’t holding much back with his offence either. Lawler thought Hart was going to break his back when he applied the Sharpshooter for the first time.
He believes that there may have been a little bit of resentment on Hart’s behalf, who may have felt like it was somewhat of a step down for him to be travelling with Memphis and working with Lawler. Their feud continued for a while and Lawler would soon begin attacking Hart’s parents.
Lawler informs that the things he said about Hart’s parent were obviously not meant to be personal. He thinks Hart took some of those comments personally at first, before Stu and Helen actually told Bret that it was okay, and they actually enjoyed Lawler’s jokes.
Lawler informs that he had a lot of fun doing WWE commentary with McMahon. He says that McMahon loved poking fun at himself, and never took the job too seriously. McMahon’s ‘over the top’ commentary style was also very entertaining in Lawler’s opinion. McMahon was such a natural as an announcer, but watching him transform into the ‘Mr. McMahon’ character was particularly incredible to witness.