Lawler is joined on today’s show by his co-host Glenn Moore.
Moore points out that today is Lawler’s birthday. Lawler thanks him for the birthday greetings and informs that although he’s turning 68-years old he still feels great and will continue to wrestle as long as he can. He mentions that he’s beginning to feel some pain in his knees now when he climbs stairs, but he doesn’t really notice it when he’s wrestling.
He attributes that knee pain to leaping off of the second rope to drop an elbow in all of his matches and he never wore kneepads once, so he assumes that’s one thing that’s catching up to him now. Moore mentions that Lawler has never worked out a day in his life and eats whatever he pleases. Lawler confirms that and says that in a professional wrestling business filled with bodybuilders and people who’re watching what they eat, he must have just been lucky because he’s been able to have a 46-year career.
Lawler informs that he was at the WrestleCade event last weekend and he saw plenty of his old wrestling buddies there. During the autograph session in the afternoon Mick Foley was on his right and Honky Tonk Man was on his left. Honky Tonk Man is actually Lawler’s cousin and some people believe the two men have heat but Lawler says that’s not the case at all, they just rarely see each other.