When it was revealed that Dewey Foley was hired by WWE to be a part of the creative department, Mick Foley took some heat from the internet wrestling community because they thought that he had been campaigning to get his son a plush job. Mick took to social media to reveal that his son was actually hired two months ago so his latest rants had nothing to do with the hiring.
December 4, 2015
In what may be a way to counteract Mick Foley and criticism of their current product, WWE has hired Dewey Foley, who is now 23 years old, as a member of the creative department. Reports are saying that he will begin working with the company shortly after the holidays are over. It will be interesting to see how Mick talks about the product once Dewey starts being involved in the process.
December 2, 2015
Last week, Mick Foley generated a good amount of buzz online when he revealed that he was getting tired of Monday Night Raw and considered no longer being a fan of WWE. At 4am today, the former world heavyweight champion decided to do another rant where he stated that the episode taking place tonight might be the last one that he watches. Foley wants management to push the right people.
November 30, 2015
When a member of the internet wrestling community threatens to give up on WWE, it is brushed off because those empty threats happen all the time. When a legendary performer like Mick Foley does it, though, then it becomes a serious thing. Through social media, the former world heavyweight champion stated that he was tired of watching a product that refuses to push the performers that he roots for.
November 24, 2015
One of the topics that gets discussed during the stand up shows that Mick Foley does is his highly memorable feud with Terry Funk in WWE. The former world heavyweight champion revealed that he and Funk came pretty close one time to convincing Vince McMahon to let them do an exploding barbed wire match at a remote location and have it be featured on one of the pay per view events. McMahon obviously changed his mind.
September 24, 2015