Dinner With The King Recap – Will WM35 Be The Longest WrestleMania of All Time? Will Cena Replace Corbin at ‘Mania? Why WWE Should Embrace A Rotating Off Season, More!
Moore wonders if we’ll see The Rock at WrestleMania this year, but Lawler thinks it’s more likely for Rock to appear at a Florida ‘Mania than one booked in New York City. He adds that there’s a pretty good chance we’ll see Hogan at this year’s event.
Lawler talks about the idea of an off season in WWE. He thinks a rotating 2-month off season is a real good idea for WWE. Superstars would take turns taking 2-month layoffs and he thinks that’d be good for everyone. It would allow the wrestlers to heal and recover, and absence makes the heart grow fonder so fans would be excited to see the Superstars return. He doesn’t think it would be a good idea for the company to shut down operations altogether.
Lawler informs that the Memphis Grizzlies have had tremendous success with wrestling night over the past few seasons, so this season they decided to have 6 wrestling nights. This coming Saturday night they’ll be honouring Lawler’s late son, Brian, and they’re bringing in Rikishi to team with Lawler to face Scott and Rick Steiner. Lawler’s really looking forward to that.
That sums up this week’s episode of Dinner With The King. You can listen to the show yourself anytime here, and I’ll catch ya next week for another recap!