Ahead of the new installment of the popular WWE Network series, the company has released a special sneak peek video where “The King” shares some of his favorite “Austin vs. McMahon” memories from the infamous WWE Attitude Era in the late 1990s.
During the discussion, Lawler spoke about a few of his favorite particular segments that saw “The Texas Rattlesnake” raise hell like only he could as he made his life’s mission to be a thorn in the side of the WWE Chairman.
“So many of your moments were my favorites to call, I’ll never forget the bed pan,” Lawler told Austin on “The Broken Skull Sessions” appearance. “Oh my gosh, when you came in and blasted Mr. McMahon with the bed pan, and of course, he’s got nothing on, oh, that was one of my all time favorites.”
Lawler concluded, “I loved that.”
From there, he moved on to his number one favorite all-time Austin vs. McMahon moment.
“But my main favorite with you was when you can in with the beer truck,” Lawler said. “Poor Mr. McMahon, he’s drowning. I’m like, ‘Oh my God, Mr. McMahon’s drowning!’ That was the greatest of all time.”
He added, “Doing it was fun but having that soundtrack for the people at home to listen to, to put along with what we were doing, it kind of raises the stakes. So, thank you for everything you’ve done for me.”
Watch the sneak peek video from the new episode of The Broken Skull Sessions with “Stone Cold” Steve Austin interviewing Jerry “The King” Lawler below, and subscribe to the WWE Network today to watch the complete episode starting this Sunday, September 6, 2020.