Lawler is joined on today’s show by his co-host Glenn Moore and Jim Cornette.
Cornette opens the show by saying that he feels Lance Russell should be recognized by some form of broadcaster’s association for the work he did on Memphis Wrestling years ago, and the numbers that program drew during his broadcasting career.
Lawler agrees and says that Russell’s work was good because he was believable. Russell was the same person on and off the air and when someone as trustworthy as Russell believed in the product, that believability was passed onto the viewers.
Lawler asks Cornette about his recent appearance at Bruce Prichard’s live show, where he reportedly exposed himself to the live audience.
Cornette informs that he and Prichard were working through the show as expected, when suddenly he looked over his shoulder and there were several photos laying on a table next to him. One of them was of Vince Russo and he couldn’t believe his eyes, so he took up the photo and held it in the air. The crowd obviously reacted to this, and just as he was about to rip it up Prichard told him not to because he needed it for a prop later in the show.