Dinner With The King was a weekly podcast with Jerry “The King” Lawler where he shared everything from old classic wrestling stories to pop culture to comedy.
If you aren’t familiar with Jerry, here’s a quick backstory from Wikipedia:
Jerry O’Neil Lawler (born November 29, 1949), better known as Jerry “The King” Lawler, is an American color commentator and semi retired professional wrestler. Lawler is currently signed to WWE as a commentator for Monday Night Raw.
Prior to joining WWE in 1992 (then known as the World Wrestling Federation), he wrestled in numerous territories, winning numerous championships, including many world championships, throughout his career. Lawler is a one-time AWA World Heavyweight Champion and a three-time WCWA World Heavyweight Champion. He unified the titles by defeating Kerry Von Erich at Superclash III, forming the USWA Unified World Heavyweight Championship, a championship which he held 28 times.
He is also known for his feud with comedian Andy Kaufman and he portrayed himself in the 1999 film Man on the Moon. Lawler has held more recognized championships than any professional wrestler in history, though he has never won any championships in WWE having wrestled sporadically whilst primarily providing color commentary, since joining the company. In 2007, Lawler was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.
The original Dinner With The King is no longer active, but you can still catch the interviews over on the show’s YouTube channel.