Fan Video Of The Chaos At Ringside At This Week’s WWE Raw

Wrestling News World reader Patrick Peralta sent in the following video of the chaos ringside at this week’s WWE Raw when Jerry Lawler suffered a heart attack:

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  • kbunyon

    That was really hard to watch. My heart is with Jerry, his friends and family. Every moment he's away from WWE TV, he will be missed.

    KB

    • Maxx Stylez

      As a person who grew up here in the mid-south watching The King every morning on channel 5 in USWA it broke my heart when Cole announced that Jerry had colapsed. I’m not a religious man, but even I said a prayer for Jerry. I’ve had the privalage to meet Jerry on a number of occasions and he’s the nicest guy you could ever meet.

    • Ernest Bethea

      Let's Keep "The King" in our prayers as we go through this week and beyond.

  • Bigdaddychuck

    If u go back and watch the match it seems like Jerry was talking differently and his comments weren’t right..

  • Lenny

    Wow I knew something was seriously wrong when all of the sudden Michael Cole stopped talking. I noticed all of the fans in the front row looking towards the announce desk and that was another give away right there. I really hope King pulls through and is back announcing sooner than later. However I do hope it’s the last time he gets involved in the ring because even though he doesnt look it, King is an old man, and I say this with all the respect in the world. The last few weeks of him getting physical was probably not good for here in the grand scheme of things. #PrayForKing!

  • Khaos

    I give props to the producing team and camera crew. On tv you only really can see when he fell over. Other than that the cut the cameras skillfully around what was going on.

  • Ricky

    I'm wondering how hard it must have been to be any of those guys in the ring, seeing what's going on, but not being able to do anything.

  • Connor

    Not that it's important given the circumstance, but I think Cole deserves a lot of credit for maintaining professionalism through out that match. Personally I know I wouldn't of been able too.