WWE Hall of Famer Jerry "The King" Lawler said he suffered a stroke in March while partner Lauryn McBride and himself were "expressing love for each other in a certain way."
"I got up and I said something to Lauryn and I didn't really feel anything, and she said 'what did you say?'" Lawler explained. "And I realized then that whatever I said didn't sound right, and then she looked at me—we made eye contact—and she said 'oh my god Jerry, go look in the mirror.'"
He added: "I walked around to the bathroom and I look in the mirror and the whole right side of my mouth is drooping all the way down to my chin."
Lawler suffered cardiac arrest during a live broadcast of Monday Night Raw in September 2012.
The 68-year-old Tennessee native most recently returned to WWE on April 8 to commentate the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania 34.