WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley, renowned for his legendary career and iconic matchups across wrestling promotions, has accomplished a lot in his career but health setbacks have become commonplace for him. In fact, Foley was pulled from a wrestling event after yet another health setback.

Despite his retirement from active competition, Mick Foley remains in demand for various conventions and appearances, maintaining a strong presence in the wrestling community.

Mick Foley recently shared an unfortunate update about his health on his Instagram stories. Regrettably, he announced the cancellation of his appearance at the Squared Circle convention in Indianapolis this weekend. Foley admitted to experiencing dizziness and expressed his apologies for the inconvenience caused.

Additionally, he disclosed that he won’t be able to make it to OVW either. Foley attributed the probable reason for his health issues to taking on too many bookings and extensive driving throughout March.


“I’ve been working through some dizziness the last couple of weeks – and my family and I feel like it would be best to cut back on my traveling until my symptoms are gone. I also will be unable to make my return to OVW Thursday as I had originally hoped. I think I may have just done way too much driving – 40 hours in 5 days – not enough sleeping, and just taken on too many bookings in the month of March.”

With that said, Mick Foley is still making good progress on his weight loss journey ahead of his final match. Only time will tell whether Foley will be healthy enough to compete in one last match.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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