Rodimus Prime wrote:they couldn't just let Lawler have a good moment and sit down at the announcers' table.
Um...yeah. They could have. The guy almost died. Apparently, if we're to believe it, he did
die, and we should all be thankful that Lawler was even there, instead of turning it into a stupid angle that's only going to alienate people in the long run.
Rodimus Prime wrote:Also, when they showed backstage footage of Lawler being worked on, it occurred to me that this could actually be an elaborate angle, that it was all a work, but I'm not so sure.
I watched the RAW when it happened, but not to the point when Lawler had his heart attack, so I don’t know how things played out. I did
hear Michael Cole’s announcement from the end of the show on the radio the next day, and it didn’t sound to me like it was a angle. (It wouldn't have been on the radio, for one thing...)
chuckdawg1999 wrote:I was thinking the same thing as I saw the backstage footage. I don't know the laws in Montreal but if a Dr. says if you don't belong here to leave, you leave, or you could be breaking the law. Last time I checked camera men aren't necessary in a medical room
Considering it was a real life situation, I think it was important for the WWE to show us that.