VIDEO: Amy Lavere singing about saving the Mid-South Coliseum while in front of the Mid-South Coliseum
Memphis-based musician Amy Lavere sang about saving the Mid-South Coliseum at a press conference in front of the historic venue on Thursday.
Memphis Grizzlies center and NBA All-Star starter Marc Gasol appeared on Thursday night’s episode of “The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon.”
Dennis Haskins (aka Mr. Belding) joined Kevin Cerrito on radio show Cerrito Live (Sports 56 WHBQ/87.7 FM) and talked about Jimmy Fallon’s ‘Saved by the Bell’ reunion, WWE’s Fastlane PPV at FedExForum, Memphis, Jerry Lawler, the Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame and more.
Start at 12:12 mark for pro wrestling talk:
- Cerrito’s interview with Dennis Haskins from 8.18.12
- Cerrito’s interview with Dennis Haskins from 12.31.11
- Cerrito’s interview with Dennis Haskins from 11.18.09
Memphis Grizzlies President of Business Operations discusses FedExForum’s non-compete clause (AUDIO)
On Saturday, Memphis Grizzlies President of Business Operations Jason Wexler joined joined Kevin Cerrito on Memphis radio show Cerrito Live (Sports 56 WHBQ/87.7 FM). During the interview, Wexler discussed FedExForum’s non-compete clause in relation to saving the Mid-South Coliseum.
Start at 5:33 mark for talk about the non-compete clause, the Mid-South Coliseum and the Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame:
- Jerry Lawler: ‘I would be on board with any plan whatsoever to save the Coliseum’ (AUDIO)
- Should the Mid-South Coliseum be torn down or turned into the Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame? (AUDIO)
Memphis Grizzlies owner Robert Pera is scheduled to play in this year’s Celebrity All-Star Game during NBA All-Star weekend.
The celebrity game will air live on ESPN from Madison Square Garden at 6:00 pm CT on February 13. Kevin Hart, Common and Nick Cannon are among the other stars participating.
View the full roster here.
Members of the community gathered Wednesday night at Circuit Playhouse in Midtown to talk about the proposed plans for the Memphis Fairgrounds and the future of the Mid-South Coliseum.
(Video by Valibus)
On Saturday, Jerry “The King” Lawler was a guest on Memphis radio show Cerrito Live (Sports 56 WHBQ/87.7 FM). During the interview, “The King” and host Kevin Cerrito discussed a variety of different topics including the future of the Mid-South Coliseum.
Lawler said he is “on board with any plan whatsoever to save the coliseum” and believes that turning the historic venue into a Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame & Museum “could be a massive destination for people to come to if it was done right.” Lawler also said he would be willing to donate some of his memorabilia to a Hall of Fame in Memphis.
Start at 12:57 mark for talk about putting the Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame in Memphis:
Memphis filmmaker Mike Mccarthy joined Kevin Cerrito to talk about his group’s plans to save the Mid-South Coliseum and Cerrito’s idea to make it into the Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame.
Kevin Cerrito hosts Cerrito Live on Sports 56 & 87.7 FM every Saturday from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm.