If Lawler was going to have a heart attack, thank god it was at a live event where medical personnel were on the spot. If it was anywhere else, he'd at the very least have permanent damage of some sort and possibly even dead.
Sport personalities have this privilege to great medical teams during events, but not all people can be as lucky as this even in the same situation.
Nah, Jeff needs to stay where he is. He wouldn't get the kind of push he's getting in TNA that he would in WWE.
Simply put Jeff just isn't reliable enough to be ANY companies top star or main draw. He's proven this time & time & time again.
I'm so on the fence when it comes to Jeff, I loved all those TLC matches but i just don't feel like he's that good of a worker unless he's doing some high flying spots.
I don't think Jeff does a good job of "telling the story" during his matches, which for me really makes it hard to get excited about anything he does, because if his match doesn't have Tables, Ladders, Chairs his matches are just usually a bunch of high spots with no substance.
It's not quite neg-able but if you've followed Jeff at all since his last return he is a new man, its some HBK born again type shit. His daughter has made him a completely different person it's crazy. There's no doubt in my mind he COULD go back and have his best run in WWE but I doubt he wants to go on the road again while his daughter is being raised.