Latest Update From WWE On Jerry Lawler's Condition, Unified Titles, Rare Championships

Latest Update From WWE On Jerry Lawler's Condition, Unified Titles, Rare Championships
- WWE posted the following update on Jerry Lawler's condition on their Twitter moments ago: "As of Wednesday afternoon, @JerryLawler remains in a cardiac care unit in Montreal. His vital signs continue to be stable... He is awake, recognizes family members and is communicating with them. We continue to wish Jerry all the best for a full recovery."

- Dr. Tom Prichard posted a great blog post about Lawler at this link.

- With Night of Champions this Sunday, WWE.com has posted an article looking at unified championships. Some of the title unifications featured include Sean Waltman unifying the WWE Light Heavyweight Championship and WCW Cruiserweight Championship, Edge unifying the WWE Intercontinental Championship and WCW United States Championship, and Chris Jericho unifying the WWE Championship and WCW Championship. The article also looks at the creation of the WWE Tag Team Championship and the World Heavyweight Championship, as well as the reinstatement of the United States Championship and Intercontinental championship. You can check it out by clicking here.

- The website has also posted an article looking at seven rare championship belts. Some of the belts featured include Steve Austin's "Smoking Skull" WWF Championship, The Rock's "Brahma Bull" WWF Championship, The Fabulous Moolah's Women's Championship, the Undisputed WWF Championship, Lay-Cool's "bifurcated" WWE Women's Championship and the WWF World Tag Team Championship. You can check out the full article at this link.

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