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[VIDEO] Adam Carriker Thinks Jerry Lawler Could Return to the Ring at Survivor Series
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 11.09.2012



- Here is Washington Redskins defensive end Adam Carriker on his wrestling radio show 4th & Pain with Chuck Carroll, discussing Jerry Lawler's return to Raw on Monday. Carriker notes that he thinks it would be fitting for Lawler to join Team Foley and compete at Survivor Series to make his return all the more triumphant.

As previously reported, Lawler's doctors said that he should be able to wrestle again, though whether he has been fully cleared to do so yet is unknown.





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