List of Stars Interviewed for Jerry Lawler WWE Documentary Including Jim Ross

May 6, 2015 by Daniel Bee

In addition to Jerry Lawler himself, his girlfriend Lauryn McBride, acquaintances growing up, and people who knew Andy Kaufman, interview footage with the following wrestling personalities is included in the new “It’s Good To Be The King” WWE DVD documentary.

Vince McMahon Interview - Jerry Lawler WWE DVD Documentary

A few noteworthy names found in the list are: Vince McMahon, Jim Ross, former co-owner of Memphis Wrestling and co-founder of TNA Jerry Jarrett, former Memphis commentator Lance Russell, Bill Dundee also of Memphis fame, Lawler’s son Brian Christopher, and Lawler’s ex-wife Stacy Carter. Most, if not all, of the interview clips featured look to be new.

Bill Apter
Bill Dundee
Bret Hart
Brian Christopher (Grand Master Sexay)
Brian James (Road Dogg)
Gerald Brisco
Harvey Wippleman
Jerry Calhoun
Jerry Jarrett
Jim Ross
Jimmy Hart
Lance Russell
Michael Cole
Mike Mansury (WWE producer)
Stacy Carter (The Kat)
The Miz
Vince McMahon

Jerry The King Lawler Interview - Jerry Lawler WWE DVD Documentary

“It’s Good To Be The King: The Jerry Lawler Story” will hit the United States on May 19th. After that it will follow to UK/Europe on May 25th, followed by Australia on June 3rd.

Click here to pre-order the Jerry “The King” Lawler WWE DVD or Blu-ray now…

Amazon have uploaded a temporary cover (shown below) for the Money in the Bank 2015 DVD. They have done the same for Payback too which you can see here on

Most of WWE’s upcoming PPV DVDs are priced $9.99 each or less right now on the site.

WWE Money in the Bank 2015 DVD Cover Artwork

The WrestleMania 31 DVD and Blu-ray hit stores across the United States yesterday!

FYE is once again offering an exclusive version with dog tags included inside the packaging.

WWE WrestleMania 31 DVD - FYE Exclusive Dog Tags

WrestleMania 31 will be released to Canada next Tuesday, 1 week later.

HMV in Canada will be offering a store exclusive of sorts too. They are advertising a free WWE World Heavyweight Championship lapel pin with the DVD or Blu-ray, as shown below.

WWE WrestleMania 31 DVD - HMV Canada Exclusive

12 eBay auctions to look out for in the coming days for RARE WWF/WWE DVDs!

Find the links below – included is one for a copy of the original WWF WrestleMania 18 DVD expiring today and another for a copy of the WrestleMania 17 DVD expiring tomorrow.

WWF WrestleMania 17 DVD - Rare

Up for grabs today…

$5.00WWF WrestleMania 18 DVD
$5.00WWF Action! DVD
$6.00WWF Lita: It Just Feels Right DVD
$6.00WWF Divas: Tropical Pleasure DVD
$15.00WWF Invasion 2001 DVD

Up for grabs before the weekend…

$6.00WWF Divas In Hedonism DVD
$6.38WWF Attitude Collection: Austin vs. McMahon DVD
$9.99WWF Attitude Collection: The Rock: Know Your Role DVD
$11.99WWF SummerSlam 1999 DVD
$12.99WWF Vengeance 2001 DVD
$17.50WWF WrestleMania 17 DVD
WWE Vengeance 2002 DVD

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  1. mark blaiss says:

    i just order my wwe wrestlemania 31 dvd from yersday
    and then i walt for the new wwe it good to be king the Jerry the king lawler story dvd when it
    come out may 19 it going be number 2 dvd long live the king jerry lawler from mark blaiss
    memphis tennesse

  2. David says:

    I am surprised HMW in Canada is still carrying WWE Blu-rays, don’t think they carried one for a while. WWE Blu-rays hardly even exist in Canada as Walmart stopped, Best Buy don’t anymore and Future Shop closed down and merged into Best Buy. HMV use to carry them regulary but stopped but seems like they are getting selective. seems to be the only reputable source of WWE Blu-rays in Canada and always have them in stock on release day.

    I pre-ordered WM31 Blu-ray on when it was $24 which seems like a good deal since almost every WWE Blu-ray goes for $30+ here in Canada, also with the US dollar tanking, there is no deal for us buying these from WWEShop as they started to charge import fees and shipping is like $15 for one DVD/Blu-ray.

    • attitude.era.4life says:

      really do not hope ,that “virus” of not carrying blu-rays will have a similar result to the VHS vs. Beta Max back in those days, where the “winner” was the lesser quality VHS.. 🙁

      I was frustrated that Freemantle did not do Blu-ray editions of 2014 Best PPV’s and Raw/Smackdown, since I stopped collecting ppv’s after WM XXX.

      No way, I want HD filmed on standard definition media..

      • David says:

        I think Blu-rays in general are doing fine, but wrestling Blu-rays are more of a niche market i believe and stores see it like that. People still buy wrestling DVDs so you always see tons of those in stores and probably like 1-3 copies of the Blu-ray version.

        Walmart and Best Buy around always carry the WWE DVDs – probably like 10-15 copies, but Blu-rays zero.

        Also people seem to be more into streaming and physical media is a dying form.

        • Justin says:

          Mania 31 Blu-ray/dvd at my towns Wal-mart seem to be going quick. I bought it yesterday & i had to ask for it since there wasnt any on the shelves & the guy had to go get one from the back & he said that he’d already put 2 boxes out on shelves. I went back not too long ago & the shelves for both dvd & Blu-ray were still empty.

        • attitude.era.4life says:

          except for my first wrestling dvd box ( History of the WWE championship), I have bought my collection via internet business, so I do not have knowledge bout physic stores, also, since I live in Denmark, where wrestling is not that big and hot..

          But yeah.. I truly believe that physical medias indeed are dying a slow death.. I remember couple years ago in here there were reports about releases from 2012 not being produced no more.. made me think: “well..that’s the beginning of the end..”

        • Robin Persaud says:

          Very frustrating – I visited HMV (Bramalea City Center) and could only find “WWE WrestleMania 31” and “ECW Unreleased Vol. 3” on Blu-ray – nothing else. I went to get the Jerry Lawler BD.

          On the bright side, I was able to round out my 2013 PPV DVD collection – they had a sale where most of the 2013 PPVs were only $5!

    • Justin says:

      Best Buy (in at least Indiana) used to have a huge selection of wrestling dvd/blu-rays in general but the last time i was in they had 4 or 5 titles to choose from & 2 of them had been out over a year. As far as i know, the last non-WrestleMania Blu-ray my towns Wal-mart carried was ECW Unreleased Vol. 2 If i want a Blu-ray thats not Mania, im down to either ordering it online or drive 25 miles to a bigger city in hopes that a store there has what I want.

  3. Vintage Simon says:

    So why did we have to suffer through Lawler’s “expert analysis” on the Paul Heyman DVD, when Heyman doesn’t get to provide his input on Lawler’s set?

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