As WWE “Smackdown” prepares to move from Friday nights to Thursday on Jan. 15, executives at the pro wrestling promotion have decided to switch up its commentating teams. Most notably, Jerry Lawler, who has long been a fixture on “Raw” each Monday, will be moving to “Smackdown” starting on Jan. 15. The program will continue to air at 8 p.m.

Lawler, who was absent this past Monday from “Raw” after being hospitalized with what’s been rumored to be diverticulitis, is “doing well” and out of the hospital, a WWE spokesperson told The Washington Post, although the spokesperson did not confirm the specific illness involved. He added the 65-year-old is now readying to start his new gig alongside Michael Cole and Byron Saxton, formerly of NXT, WWE’s development arm.

Cole will continue his gig on “Raw,” alongside John “Bradshaw” Layfield (often known as JBL) and Booker T, the former pro wrestler who filled in for Lawler on “Raw” this past Monday.

For those “Raw” viewers who will miss the trio of Cole, Lawler and JBL, calm down. The threesome will continue to anchor WWE’s pay-per-view events, the company said.