Jerry Lawler On HHH Joking With Him About Falling Asleep At RAW 25, Rumble Surprises

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WWE Hall Of Famer Jerry "The King" Lawler recently spoke about some of the behind-the-scenes happenings at the recent WWE Royal Rumble pay-per-view. Featured below are some of the highlights.

On Michael Cole possibly knowing the Royal Rumble entrants: "Honestly, I think Michael Cole does know. When I said I don't have to go to production meetings, Michael Cole does. I mean, he has to," Lawler said. "When you are the main guy you have to be ready for that information so I'm pretty sure who was coming out next from 1-30."

On not being aware of any plans while guest-commentating the match: "I had no list. I went into this thing so unprepared I honestly felt like they may have forgotten they called me to be at the Royal Rumble. I mean, I talked to some people, but nobody in charge. I didn't speak to anybody in charge all day," he said. "I had finished the pre-show and had headed up to the Gorilla position when the Royal Rumble started, because as you know the Men's Royal Rumble was on the third match, so I went and changed into my old King coat and crown and all of this stuff. I had went up there and started standing around and then the show started. Vince McMahon saw me and got up and shook my hand to ask me how I was and then he went and sat back down. Michael Cole was already out there.

"I just felt weird because we were getting closer to the time of the Royal Rumble but nobody told me anything. Then, I finally had gone to Billy Kidman because he's the one who kind of runs the time of the show becuase the Royal Rumble was about to start and then they run a package. I went over to him to ask if I was supposed to be out there already and he looked over at the sheet and said, 'Oh no; you are going to have your music and entrance.' I let out a big sigh of relief. Then, little bit after that I went out. I hadn't talked to anybody; I hadn't talked to Michael Cole or Corey Graves about what to do or say about the show. I had no clue about anything on the order that was going to happen."

On Rey Mysterio's WWE return: "Rey Mysterio looked amazing. They have John Cena being the spokesperson for Pistachios, Rey Mysterio needs to be the spokesperson for Kapiti. What a tan he had! He's like Tom Brady. I hope he is back full-time. I wish I had known he was 43 years old, I would have had some one-liners for that."

On Triple H joking with him about falling asleep at the RAW 25 special: "The first time I saw Triple H at the Royal Rumble, he goes, 'Hey King.' I said, 'Hey Hunter.' He said, 'Try to stay awake out there tonight.' I said, 'OK.' So yeah, it's kind of like a joke."

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