WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley is considered a legend in the pro wrestling industry. Foley is also very opinionated, and this has gotten him backlash on numerous occasions. Mick Foley is currently bagging an insane amount of money on Cameo. With Mick Foley being the most paid athlete on Cameo, Mr. Socko may soon receive some extra cash.
According to Betting.com, the former WWF superstar is the highest-paid athlete on the personalized video messaging service. On the Cameo app, Foley is making more money than well-known athletes like Brett Favre and Tony Hawk, as well as than wrestlers like Bret “The Hitman” Hart and Matt Hardy.
After over 30 years in the ring, Foley retired in 2012. During that time, he used a variety of identities, including his notable runs as Mankind, Cactus Jack, and Dude Love, to become one of the top stars of the WWF’s illustrious Attitude Era. During his tenure with the WWE, Foley won the WWF Championship three times in a row and eight times as a tag team champion.
The WWE Hall of Fame inducted “The Hardcore Legend” in 2013 after his official retirement from in-ring competition. The hardcore wrestler clearly has a following among pro wrestling fans based on his Cameo statistics. Despite charging less than other sports players who he continues to out-earn, Foley is the highest-paid athlete on the app.
Ric Flair charges $500, Favre $400, and Foley $125 for each video message, respectively. In total, Betting.com calculates that Foley made close to $500,000 using the program. The former WWF and ECW star also has more than 4,400 fan ratings and a five-star rating on the app, and Foley writes, “I LOVE making these videos!” in one of the reviews.
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