The latest health update on WWE Hall of Famer Jerry “The King” Lawler

Dutch Mantel took to Twitter on Tusday to provide an update on WWE Hall of Famer Jerry “The King” Lawler, who suffered a stroke on Monday. Lawler reportedly also required to have emergency surgery following the stroke.

Mantel noted that Lawler experienced paralysis on his right side immediately following the stroke and that the latest news has reported that he has regained partial use of his arm. It was also said by Mantel that Lawler’s speech is still affected…but he is improving.

In addition, per an earlier report from the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Lawler suffered a blood blockage on the right side of his brain. The report further noted Lawler attempted to speak when he awoke after surgery, but couldn’t and has no feeling on the right side of his body. The report concluded by saying Lawler’s son Kevin is on his way to Florida, and has been in contact with WWE.

Action News 5 out of Memphis reported on Tuesday that Lawler is recovering at his home in Fort Myers, Florida, after the stroke. The report also said that Lawler had underwent surgery following the stroke.

PWInsider also reported the story that had made the rounds is that Lawler had been out for lunch with friends on Monday and sometime after that, lunch took ill and he was rushed to the hospital.

Lawler previously suffered a stroke back in 2018, and had a heart attack during a live broadcast of WWE Raw back in 2012.