Mick Foley Speaks Out – Blasting WWE’s Booking, Comedy, More

Ryan Clark April 30, 2014 0

Mick Foley Speaks Out – Blasting WWE’s Booking, Comedy, More



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Mick Foley recently spoke with The Miami Herald. Here are some highlights…

On his relationship with WWE: “I’ve accepted that WWE is too busy with their network to send someone out to check it out. To me, it seems like a simple sidestep to a new form of entertainment. For whatever reason, I don’t think it’s going to happen.”

Who he spoke out against WWE’s booking: “I expressed that frustration, and they ended up going into the direction I hoped they would. So you won’t see me complaining about their direction any time soon. It’s a bullet I can only fire once in a great while. I watch the show and enjoyed it, as I usually do… I think the future looks really bright. There are a lot of great stars. It’s hard to focus on all of them. The talent pool has so greatly changed over the last few years. They have done a tremendous job of using their legendary figures in supporting roles and kind of allowing the superstars of the past few years to usher in the superstars we see today.”

On Dolph Ziggler and other wrestlers doing comedy: “I don’t think there are going to be many guys like me and Dolph who show up on an off night unannounced to put in 10 minutes in front of 12 people. You really pay your dues the old fashioned way. I think once a few of these guys go out there and find out how painful bombing can be that some of these guys time on stage will be short-lived.”

On his comedy specials possibly airing on the WWE Network: “I’ve accepted that WWE is too busy with their network to send someone out to check it out. To me, it seems like a simple sidestep to a new form of entertainment. For whatever reason, I don’t think it’s going to happen. It makes perfect sense, but the less said about it the better. I’m tired of waiting for them to find out it’s a perfect marriage. I can’t make them and continue to do my own thing. I’ll continue to pursue my own [televised] special.”


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