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Mick Foley was interviewed on The Boomer and Carton Show. Here are some highlights.
If Hulk Hogan is the greatest of all time and should be viewed as the face of the sport: “Oh man, that’s a hard question because wrestling has got that show business element and the athletic element. It’s tough in any sport [to pick a great].
If not Hogan, who would compete with him: “You have Hogan, you have your class of five greatest drawing cards of all time. I’m putting it five randomly. Hogan’s definitely there, Rock, Austin, Andre and Bruno, as my top five. I think any one of those guys could argue why they were the top drawing card of their era.”
The Rock: “The Rock can come back and make more money for the company now personally then guys could in entire years. This is what I’ll say. The Rock came back for his first match in a few years when I had my big return match in 2004. My first coming out of retirement match. It’s tough to stay away. It’s not like baseball, where if you can’t get around
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Mick Foley revealed that his Hall of Fame induction will in fact air on television. Here are a few things he posted on his Twitter account.
I just got some GREAT news! I will share this INCREDIBLE RT in just a few minutes…RIGHT HERE on Twitter. Get those tears of joy ready!
Don’t worry @RealMickFoley – I had a nice talk with...
As noted earlier, Mick Foley’s WWE Hall of Fame induction will end up airing on the USA Network after all. WWE reportedly changed their plans after numerous complaints from fans and some within the company.
An article on WWE’s website notes that footage from every 2013 induction will air on the one-hour Tuesday night USA Network special. Also, WWE will have exclusive content...
- As noted earlier, Mick Foley’s WWE Hall of Fame induction will end up airing on the USA Network after all. WWE reportedly changed their plans after numerous complaints from fans and some within the company. An article on WWE’s website notes that footage from every 2013 induction will air on the one-hour Tuesday night USA Network special. Also, WWE will have exclusive content...
- Mick Foley revealed that WWE has changed plans and his Hall of Fame induction will air on TV after all. Foley tweeted:
“I just got some GREAT news! I will share this INCREDIBLE RT in just a few minutes…RIGHT HERE on Twitter. Get those tears of joy ready!”
Foley then re-tweeted this comment from a Santa Claus account that he manages:
“Don’t worry @RealMickFoley – I had...
We are in the Vortexx for the latest episode of Saturday Morning Slam. What does Mick Foley have in store for us this week? We will see Ryback face Damien Sandow today.
Will Cody Rhodes’ presence at ringside be enough to offset Ryback’s obvious power advantage over Damien Sandow?
We go to the ring and your announcers are Josh Mathews and Brad Maddox.
Match Number One: Ryback...
- Mick Foley tweeted the following about his WWE Hall of Fame induction not airing on TV:
“Thanks for all the messages of support concerning #WWEHOF. I’ll give the best speech I can, and let the decision makers make the decisions.”
Foley later watched a copy of his upcoming WWE DVD with his kids and wrote this:
“I’m in a much better frame of mind after watching my new DVD...
Martha Hart settles with WWE, Mick Foley talks about his induction speech possibly being off TV, and Jim Norton cannot pronounce Fandango's name.
With rumors circulating that his Hall of Fame acceptance speech may not be included in next Tuesday’s USA Network broadcast, Mick Foley took to his official Facebook page Tuesday evening to speak his mind.
“SOMEONE NEEDS SOME CHEERING UP! Yeah, that someone is me. Looks like there is at least the possibility that my WWE HOF speech will not be aired on television – in favor...
- Brian Fritz spoke with several WWE stars at WrestleMania 29 Media Day this week:
Backstage News on a Top Star Being Upset About Wrestlemania 29…