Garcia welcomes Mick Foley to the show.
Foley informs that he worked for WWE full-time as an in-ring performer for four years from 1996-2000. From there he went on to work as RAW Commissioner and GM, as well as making special one-off appearances. He points out that over a 10-year span, he didn’t appear on Smackdown once. He has a special connection to the RAW brand, and he’s very excited about the 25th anniversary special.
Foley mentions that one of his favourite RAW moments was winning the WWE Title from The Rock. Foley points out that nobody expected him to win the WWE Title, and he even started to think that winning the Title was the incorrect decision. After the match took place and he saw the reaction to his Title win he realized that it was a big moment, and it has certainly stood the test of time.
Foley points out that RAW has certainly come a long way in terms of its production value, and he doesn’t think WWE gets half the credit they deserve for how amazing their shows look. He also thinks it’s a crime that WWE doesn’t get any respect within the television community and aren’t considered for EMMY awards. He points out that RAW has been on the air every week for 25 years and that should be commended.