WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley, known for his legendary career and iconic matchups across various wrestling promotions, is gearing up for his retirement. With a desire to participate in one last Death Match, Foley is taking steps to prepare for this significant final bout.

In a recent revelation, Mick Foley disclosed his contemplation of coming out of retirement for final match on his 60th birthday. The Hall of Famer clarified that if this return were to happen, it would be in the context of a deathmatch, specifying that it would take place outside of WWE.

To prepare for this monumental event, Foley has embarked on a weight loss journey, aiming to shed 100 pounds. He shared his initial weigh-in on Instagram, starting at 360 lbs with a goal weight of 275 lbs. In a video documenting his progress, Foley demonstrated determination as he surpassed expectations by planking for 26 seconds and successfully completing his first workout.

“FOLEY’S FIRST WEIGH IN. So here it is – the first step on my journey! Watch the video, and you will clearly see there is a long way to go……have a nice day!”


Alongside his weight loss journey, fellow wrestler RVD expressed his desire to be Mick Foley’s final opponent. As fans eagerly anticipate Foley’s potential return to the ring for one last death match, there is no doubt that his legacy and contributions to the wrestling industry make him more than deserving of this final showdown.

What do you think of what Mick Foley did? Do you want him to compete in one final death match? Let us know in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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