WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley is considered a legend in the pro wrestling business. Mick Foley worked in other companies and competed against several top stars in the industry. Being a veteran, it comes as no surprise that Foley wants to compete in one final Death Match.
Throughout his legendary career, Mick Foley has been responsible for creating numerous iconic moments in WWE history. This includes his performance at the Hell In A Cell match, where he took a major bump that permanently damaged him. He was also part of numerous other dangerous moments in the company.
While speaking on his Foley is Pod podcast, Mick Foley expressed his desire to have another match, revealing that he plans on dropping 100 pounds so that he can have one last Death Match.
“Sixty is right around the corner. I’m thinking of doing one final match for my 60th birthday. Death Match. I think it’d be a great incentive to drop those 100 big ones (pounds) and I think it might be fun.”
Regarding the possibility of his final match being in WWE, Mick Foley stated that that’s not in the plans before noting that he doesn’t mind his final bout being a gory spectacle again.
“No. No, because I think it would be a pretty gory spectacle. I’m just thinking about it. I put it out there to two of my kids and they were like, ‘Would you get hurt?’ ‘Yea, probably.’ I wouldn’t have to get my brain rattled. I’m not adverse to getting a few sticheroonies here and there. I mean, it won’t be for everyone, and rightfully like, ‘That’s not good for you.’ It could help me lose 100 pounds. That’s what I’m missing. I did drop the hundred, but I had the WrestleMania thing. I was already down 50. I had Vince in my ear where I made the promise to him that I would be down 80, but I don’t have any type of incentive, so it’s something I’m throwing out there. This time next year, we might have to revisit that option.”
Mick Foley is also working in OVW and fans certainly enjoyed his appearances on the show. We will have to wait and see if he will be able to achieve his goal and finally compete in one last death match.
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