Mick Foley Explains Why He’s Still On Cameo After WWE’s Third Party Ban

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WWE sent down orders that all of their Superstars must leave third party websites. Plenty of Superstars exited Twitch, and they are no longer taking Cameo requests. Zelina Vega found a loophole with OnlyFans, but we’ll just have to see how long she can keep that going.

Mick Foley has not left Cameo. For $100, Mick Foley will drop a custom video your way as any Face of Foley you like. This is a tricky situation, but as Mick Foley explained to Wrestling Inc, WWE is letting him be for now.

“It’s a sticky point. They’re kind of letting me be for now. I just did The Bump for WWE. I’m doing a watch along on Sunday night. So we’re all getting along. I think it’s somewhere they don’t want to rock the boat. I love doing them. One of the things about this pandemic is its kind of brought on loneliness as its own pandemic of sorts. People all alone so I found when I was given this opportunity–because my wife has a pre-existing condition, so any time I go anywhere, when I come back, I’ve got a isolate for two weeks. We have not been without masks around each other since this whole thing started, so it’s been difficult, and when you’re sitting alone in a hotel room or your house, I’ve got no contact with the outside world. Stopped by my mom’s a couple days, a week [ago] and then when I had a chance to do these videos all of a sudden, I’m not just going to be, ‘hey, shout out from The Hardcore Legend.’ If anyone’s seen my Cameos, I go all out. I did Dude losing his composure in a log flume, which I really enjoyed. Just yesterday, I did a rap battle between Dude Love and man in a Mankind mask. I’m not Mankind. I’m man in a Mankind mask, but I just had a lot of fun doing it. I feel like I’m performing as opposed to phoning it in. Technically, I am phoning it in, but you know what I’m saying. I go all out. I try to exceed expectations, and don’t get me wrong, I do appreciate the idea of the first time that I don’t have to travel hundreds of miles to make a little money, but I also I love doing them.”

WWE might reach out to Mick Foley eventually, but others under Legends contracts still have their Cameo accounts active. Ric Flair will cut a short video for $500, and others are also available. Apparently, Vince McMahon isn’t as eager to stop The Nature Boy or Mrs. Foley’s Baby Boy from making some money off a third-party site.

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