WWE’s biggest show of the year, WrestleMania, often brings out people that fans don’t see very often. This could be an exciting time of the year for fans who mark out when they see Mick Foley on their televisions.

During his Foley Is Pod show, Mick Foley gave his thoughts on the current WWE landscape. A lot of things are going on, and he has been keeping up with Bloodline drama in a big way.

“I think based on what I saw on Monday night, the chess pieces with The Usos and Sami, Sami is gonna be solid there. It might not be exactly what people want, but he’s one of those guys who’s proven that he can, I call him the gift that keeps on giving. He’s going to continue to give and I have to believe there’s going to be a Sami Zayn title run eventually.”

Cody Rhodes and Roman Reigns are set to throw down in the main event of night two of WrestleMania 39. When it comes to that outcome, Mick Foley believes that Cody will send fans home happy.

“I think I’ll be real disappointed if I don’t see a title change. That’s just me.”

“I think you have to send fans home happy and I think Cody has to come out of there and depending on whether they put it on Night 1 or 2, and I think because it’s Roman, it’s gotta be Night 2.

Mick Foley confirmed that he will not be around for WrestleMania. That being said, he will be around on Friday night. That very well could include a WWE Hall of Fame appearance. After all, he already spoke about how he was invited to that big event.

“On Friday night, I may be a part of WWE programming. Just putting it out there. Sunday, I won’t be in attendance. I might watch it at the hotel. I might catch a flight.”

We’ll have to see if Micky Foley makes an appearance on SmackDown before WrestleMania. Odds are, fans will see him in some form or fashion.

What’s your take on Mick Foley’s possible WWE return? Do you want to see more of Mrs Foley’s Baby Boy on WWE television? Sound off in the comments!

Tags: WrestleMania
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