Jerry Lawler is a two-time WWE Hall of Famer, and a beloved member of the pro wrestling world. The King concerned us all when news broke that he suffered stroke. An additional report confirmed that he underwent surgery and is now recovering.

Dutch Mantell tweeted out an update for Jerry Lawler after news of his stroke broke. It seems that he experienced paralysis on his right side, but he has regained “partial use” of his right arm.

LATEST UPDATE ON LAWLER: LAWLER experienced paralysis on his right side immediately following the stroke. Latest news has reported that he has regained partial use of his arm. His speech is still affected but that takes a bit more time. But he’s improving.

Jerry Lawler continues to be active in the professional wrestling industry, even in his later years. He became a successful commentator and has worked for several wrestling organizations.


Lawler was a staple in WWE’s commentary booth for over two decades and was known for his humorous and energetic style. Lawler has also been involved in various ventures outside of wrestling, including comic book publishing and professional wrestling-themed restaurant businesses.

The King is also highly regarded as a legend in the wrestling community and remains a beloved figure among fans. Despite his age, Lawler continues to make occasional appearances on WWE programming and remains a popular figure in the world of professional wrestling.

This news of Jerry Lawler’s health is concerning to hear, and we will continue monitoring this ongoing story. We’re sending out our best for Jerry Lawler from everyone here at Ringside News.

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