TMZ More trouble for ex-WWE superstar Brian Christopher Lawler — aka Grandmaster Sexay — who was arrested for DUI and evading cops in Tennessee earlier this month … TMZ Sports has learned. According to official docs obtained by TMZ Sports, cops spotted the 46-year-old pro wrestler speeding and swerving around 1 AM on July 7. Cops attempted to pull him over, but Lawler failed to stop — because, according to police, he was trying to make it home. Once Lawler finally stopped, cops say he reeked of booze and had an open 12 ounce can in his center console. So, they arrested him on the spot. Lawler — formerly part of the tag team Too Cool with Scotty 2 Hotty — was taken to a nearby station where he was booked for DUI and evading arrest. Bail was set at $40,000. The arrest comes just 1 month after he was busted for allegedly running from a hotel bill in Memphis. Brian is the son of WWE legend Jerry “The King” Lawler.
One of the professional wrestlers who has always had trouble with the law is Brian Lawler, the son of professional wrestling legend Jerry Lawler, who is best known to WWE fans as one half of the Attitude Era tag team Too Cool with partner Scotty 2 Hotty. Well Lawler is in trouble with the law yet again, when police tried to pull him over in Tennessee earlier this month, Lawler tried to run. Eventually Lawler realized he was not losing the cops and pulled over, he was found to be visibly drunk and has an open beer in his center console, and was booked on charges of DUI and evading arrest
The WWE has ran an angle of Jerry Lawler being embarrassed by his son before, during his famous feud with fellow announcer Michael Cole, and we have to think there is truth to that angle: