WWE Hall Of Famer Mick Foley is considered a legend in the pro wrestling industry. Mick Foley worked in other companies and also worked with numerous top stars in the industry. Foley was also part of TNA for a while many years ago. In fact, Foley even has a major regret when it comes to Hulk Hogan.

Throughout his illustrious career, Mick Foley has been responsible for creating numerous iconic moments in WWE history. From his death-defying plunge off the top of the Hell in a Cell structure at the hands of The Undertaker to his introduction of the unforgettable sock puppet to Mr. McMahon during his hospital stay, Foley has always given his all.

Mick Foley actually allowed his WWE contract to expire in September 2008 before debuting for TNA just a few days later. During his time in TNA, he worked with top stars such as Kurt Angle, Sting, Ric Flair and many more.

While speaking on the latest episode of Foley Is Pod, Mick Foley talked about one of his biggest regrets in pro wrestling. Foley stated that if he had stayed with TNA for longer, Foley believes he would have faced Hogan.


Ric and I had a few really good matches, some great promos back and forth, and I just wish I’d stuck around TNA three months longer. There are two types of people in this world, people who admit it’s a big deal to be in the ring with Hogan and the type who pretend it isn’t, and it was a big deal.

Unfortunately, Mick Foley’s tenure in TNA Wrestling was short-lived, as he was granted his release from the company in June of 2011. Regardless, it will always remain a big regret for The Hardcore Legend and that’s unlikely to ever change.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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