Moore asks Lawler if McMahon has any heat with any of the people or promotions running shows around WrestleMania weekend. Lawler says McMahon doesn’t really care and has always said that everyone needs to make a living.
McMahon has a lot on his mind during WrestleMania season and couldn’t be worried about what other people are doing, unless he considers them a threat. Lawler doesn’t think WWE will have any competition anytime soon, not even AEW. Even if AEW becomes a big success Lawler thinks there’s plenty of room in the world for two successful wrestling companies.
Lawler says he met his old friend, Jim Ross, for dinner over the weekend as well. He wishes Ross all the success in the world with AEW. He notes that some fans are asking for him and Ross to team up at the commentary booth again for AEW, but Lawler just signed a new two-year deal with WWE. Lawler decided to re-sign with WWE because they’ve been great to him and he didn’t see the need for change.
Lawler says he was at WrestleCon over the weekend as well and it was great to see all those fans. Enzo Amore was at the table next to him one day and that became annoying after a while as Amore screamed his catch-phrases over and over. Luckily on the second day Amore had moved on.
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!