WWE OVER THE LIMIT: Jerry Lawler vs. Michael Cole ("Kiss My Foot")

May 22, 2011 - by Adam Martin

“Kiss My Foot” Match
Jerry “The King” Lawler vs. Michael Cole

Before the match, Michael Cole is seen “limping” down the ramp. Cole requests a mic and pulls out a note. “May I have your attention please. As much as I’d like to compete tonight, unfortunately I’m medically prohibited. I’d like to ask for the understanding and compassion from Jerry Lawler – as well as each and every one of you,” says Cole. Cole says his doctor excused him due to his athlete’s foot becoming infected, adding that it would put Lawler at risk if Cole was to place his foot in his mouth. He shows the note to the referee. The referee tears it up.

The bell rings and here we go. Lawler with big right hands to Cole in the corner. Lawler starts tearing away Cole’s pants. Lawler with a big right hand and standing dropkick to Cole. Cole rolls to the outside. Cole then sends Lawler face first into the steel steps. Cole also sends Lawler into the ring barricade. Cole removes his sock and his foot is nasty. Lawler with a punch to Cole’s chest and then sends him right into the Cole Mine smashing it. Lawler tosses Cole back in the ring. Lawler goes up to the second rope, drops his stap and drops his fist. Lawler covers Cole for the win.

Winner: Jerry “The King” Lawler

After the match, Jerry Lawler goes to remove his boot when Eve Torres’ music hits. Eve executes a moonsault on Cole. Jim Ross is out next. He pulls out some of his BBQ sauce and pours it on Cole. Lawler removes his boot and Cole bails out of the ring covered in BBQ sauce. Cole refuses to kiss Lawler’s foot. Cole calls Lawler, JR and the crowd losers. He said he will never kiss Lawler’s foot. Bret Hart’s music hits and he throws Cole back in the ring. Hart applies the Sharpshooter on Cole and Lawler puts his foot in Cole’s mouth. Lawler, JR, Hart and Eve all celebrate. Hart then slaps hands with fans around the ring.

Jim Ross is joining Booker T and Josh Mathews on commentary to call the rest of the show.

A video package runs hyping John Cena vs. The Miz.

* John Cena defending the WWE Championship against The Miz in an “I Quit” match is up next to close the show.

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