54 Facts About Mick Foley

1. Mick Foley was a contributor to Barack Obama's campaign for the US presidency in 2008.

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2. In 2014, a documentary starring Mick Foley was released by Virgil Films entitled, I Am Santa Claus.

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3. Mick Foley appeared in a CollegeHumor video entitled "Mick Foley Mystery" as himself.

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4. Mick Foley was interviewed by Victory Records, mentioning his interest in Swedish hard rock band Sister Sin.

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5. Mick Foley showed up again on March 15, 2010 to help correspondent Wyatt Cenac compare politics to pro wrestling, giving speeches for and against the use of the filibuster.

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6. On November 19, 2009 Mick Foley made his first appearance on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.

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7. In October 2009, Mick Foley was guest DJ on E Street Radio, a Satellite radio station dedicated to the music of Bruce Springsteen.

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8. In 2009, Mick Foley had a guest voice appearance on Adult Swim show Squidbillies as Thunder Clap, a former pro-wrestler, who had recently gone through some tough times, during the Season 4 episode "Anabolic-holic".

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9. Mick Foley appeared in the 2009 wrestling documentary, Bloodstained Memoirs.

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10. Mick Foley had a small role in the 2007 thriller movie Anamorph starring Willem Dafoe.

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11. Mick Foley appeared in an episode of Boy Meets World as Mankind, giving advice to Eric Matthews before giving Eric the mandible claw and an airplane spin.

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12. In late 2001, Mick Foley hosted a series of Robot Wars dubbed "Extreme Warriors.

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13. Mick Foley appeared in the Insane Clown Posse vehicle Big Money Hustlas as Cactus Sac, which was basically the same character as his Cactus Jack persona.

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14. On November 10, 2010, Mick Foley appeared on The Daily Show and Off the Record to discuss the book and his charity work.

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15. Mick Foley is a multi-time New York Times bestselling author, particularly known for his ongoing series of memoirs.

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16. Mick Foley chose to fire Stephanie McMahon herself, which prompted Triple H to come out and confront Foley.

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17. Mick Foley would yield, giving Zayn his match with Strowman at Roadblock: End of the Line with a ten-minute time limit.

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18. Mick Foley has since unveiled new titles exclusive to the Raw brand, while making fair decisions to favor the fan favorites and occasionally disagreeing with Stephanie McMahon.

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19. In 2015, Mick Foley appeared at SummerSlam, where he kicked off the event with host Jon Stewart.

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20. Mick Foley appeared as part of the Extreme Rules post-show to provide an analysis.

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21. Mick Foley left the position in May 2013 when the show was canceled Foley returned on April 22 episode of Raw to confront Ryback until he was saved by John Cena.

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22. At the event Mick Foley refereed a Final Showdown match between Tommy Dreamer and Raven.

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23. At first Mick Foley was seemingly going along with the plan, but at the last second he shoved Mr Socko down Bischoff's throat, put him on the barber's chair and shaved him nearly bald.

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24. Mick Foley lost the match when Angle forced him to submit again with the ankle lock.

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25. Mick Foley got the pin when he hit Scott Steiner with a double arm DDT onto a chair.

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26. Mick Foley allowed his contract with WWE to expire on September 1, 2008 and quietly left the company.

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27. Mick Foley expanded with Dave Meltzer on the Observer radio show that the environment was creatively frustrating.

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28. Mick Foley told Long Island Press pro wrestling columnist Josh Stewart in August 2008 that "creatively, the announcing job wasn't working out too well".

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29. Mick Foley debuted as a color commentator for SmackDown alongside Michael Cole at Backlash in 2008, replacing Jonathan Coachman.

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30. In 2004, Mick Foley returned briefly to wrestling, competing in the Royal Rumble and eliminating both Orton and himself with his trademark Cactus Jack clothesline.

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31. Mick Foley returned in June 2003 to referee the Hell in a Cell match between Triple H and Kevin Nash at Bad Blood.

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32. Mick Foley was then attacked from behind by Alex Shelley and The Embassy until Austin Aries and Roderick Strong chased them off.

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33. Mick Foley acted as a direct line to Vince McMahon, attempting to convince Punk to defend his title one last time on McMahon's orders before he departed from ROH.

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34. Mick Foley pulled out a barbed-wire wrapped Mr Socko and applied the Mandible Claw on Douglas, then DDT'd Douglas onto a steel chair.

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35. On January 15, 2005, Mick Foley turned heel after he was confronted by Samoa Joe and hit Joe over the head with a steel chair.

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36. On September 11, 2004, Mick Foley made his debut for Ring of Honor and cut a promo, praising ROH and referring to it as "Ring of Hardcore", thus establishing himself as a babyface.

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37. Mick Foley returned as commissioner in October 2001, near the end of The Invasion angle.

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38. Mick Foley left the position in December 2000 after being "fired" onscreen by McMahon during which he received a brutal beat down.

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39. Mick Foley left for a few weeks, but returned at the request of Linda McMahon to wrestle for the title at WrestleMania 2000 against Triple H, The Rock and Big Show.

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40. Mick Foley won the WWF Championship for the third time at SummerSlam, pinning the reigning champion Austin.

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41. Mick Foley helped Raw achieve its highest ratings ever with a segment featuring himself and The Rock.

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42. Mick Foley received numerous injuries and took two dangerous and highly influential bumps.

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43. Mick Foley won, and after the match, a proud McMahon came out to Dude Love's music and presented Foley with the Dude Love costume.

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44. In 1996, Mick Foley signed a contract with WWF and, this time, the WWF did not use Foley as "enhancement talent".

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45. Mick Foley continued to wrestle in independent circuits, winning championships on the Ozark Mountain and Steel City circuits.

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46. In 1995, Mick Foley went to Japan and wrestled in International Wrestling Association of Japan, where he engaged in feuds with Terry Funk and Shoji Nakamaki.

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47. Mick Foley often teamed with Brian Lee to feud with Bradley and Chris Candido.

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48. Mick Foley continued with ECW, and began a feud with Sabu.

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49. Mick Foley joined the Memphis-based Continental Wrestling Association as Cactus Jack Manson, where he teamed with Gary Young as part of the Stud Stable.

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50. Mick Foley formally trained at Dominic DeNucci's wrestling school in Freedom, Pennsylvania, driving several hours weekly from his college campus in Cortland, New York, and debuted in 1983.

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51. Mick Foley was a high school classmate of actor Kevin James.

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52. Mick Foley has wrestled under his real name and various personas, including Dude Love, Cactus Jack and Mankind, known as the "Three Faces of Foley".

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53. Mick Foley was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame class of 2013.

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54. Mick Foley is widely regarded as one of the greatest wrestlers in the history of WWE, where he participated in the main event of WrestleManias XV and 2000—as a special guest referee in the former.

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