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En el documental Beyond the Mat podemos observar como la familia de Foley su mujer y sus dos hijos se ven obligados a abandonar la grada debido a la cantidad de sillazos que recibe en la cabeza Foley.

A pesar de esto, fue derrotado por Triple H. Por fin pudo sacar a Ric de su vida como el mismo lo dijo al evento siguiente de la RAW.

Socko para que le aplicara a Coachman un Low Blow tras la lucha. Fue sustituido por Tazz en la mesa de comentaristas. Foley hizo su regreso a la WWE a finales de Regreso el 14 de marzo en Raw.

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After several years of wrestling in the independent circuit , Foley began receiving offers from various regional promotions, including Bill Watts ' Universal Wrestling Federation UWF.

The addition of "Manson" to Foley's name, due to its implied connection to Charles Manson , made him uncomfortable.

He then briefly competed in Alabama's Continental Wrestling Federation before completing a brief stint with World Championship Wrestling.

For much of his time there, he would team with jobbers. When the jobber would lose the match for the team, Cactus Jack would attack his partner, throw them out of the ring, and deliver his infamous ring apron flying elbow drop onto the concrete floor.

One notable occasion he did this was in Gainesville, Georgia against the rising tag team of brothers Rick and Scott Steiner - two of the stiffest and toughest workers in wrestling at the time.

Cactus was partnered with a one-time jobber named Rick Fargo, and after taking brutal bumps from both Steiner brothers and losing the match, Cactus then began fighting with Fargo, and then jumped nearly 12 feet off the apron to elbow Fargo in the abdomen, per Kevin Sullivan's instructions.

Lead WCW booker Ric Flair , Sullivan and other WCW executives were impressed with this to the point that they offered Foley a contract, and Foley finally found some financial stability after years of hardship.

On September 5, , Cactus Jack debuted as a heel and attacked Sting. After the match, Race and Orndorff beat up Jack. He then moved on to face Big Van Vader.

Cactus Jack wrestled Big Van Vader on April 6, , winning by count-out, but being severely beaten in the process. Although talented and athletic, the lb kg Vader was a notoriously stiff wrestler who hit so hard that most other wrestlers outright refused to work with him, out of fear of severe injury.

However, Foley decided to continue his program with Vader, and as a result of Cactus's victory, in a rematch with Vader on April 24, the two executed a dangerous spot to sell a storyline injury.

Harley Race removed the protective mats at ringside and Vader powerbombed Cactus onto the exposed concrete floor, causing a legitimate concussion and causing Foley to temporarily lose sensation in his left foot.

The comedy vignettes that WCW produced instead were so bad that Foley jokes in Have a Nice Day that they were the brainchild of WCW executives who regarded a surefire moneymaking feud as a problem that needed to be solved.

The level of violence and brutality involved in this match caused WCW to refuse to book Cactus Jack against Vader on a pay-per-view again.

Foley began a hangman—a planned move where a wrestler's head is tangled between the top two ring ropes. Neither wrestler was aware that the ring ropes had been drawn extra tight before the event, and Foley was barely able to move.

When Foley finally freed himself from the ropes and fell out of the ring, his ears were badly split at the back. When Foley re-entered the ring the two wrestlers began trading blows.

During this time, Vader reached up and grabbed Foley's right ear, and ripped it off. The two men continued wrestling as the referee picked up the ear and gave it to the ring announcer.

Vader claimed for years after that the ear had come off during the botched Hangman maneuver, however in a WWE Network video, Vader admits that after seeing footage that he had indeed removed Foley's ear.

Cactus Jack and Kevin Sullivan were scheduled to win the tag team titles at Slamboree in Foley chose to wrestle and won his only championship in WCW.

This frustration turned into a realization for Foley- after being unable to see a positive or lucrative future for himself with Bischoff in charge, Foley decided not to renew his contract with WCW.

Cactus lost the match after he was shoved off a 3-foot high stage and landed back first on the concrete.

During a promo, Foley spat on his Tag Team title belt and threw it to the ground to appeal to the hardcore fans who frowned upon the mainstream promotions.

Foley continued with ECW and began a feud with Sabu. Cactus Jack then began a crusade to rid Bradley of his valet Tamara Fytch.

He ignited a feud between Candido and Bradley when he accused Candido of having sexual relations with Fytch.

Ironically, Candido and Fytch were a couple in real life. Cactus Jack left SMW before the feud was resolved.

Funk returned to team up with Sandman, and during a particularly violent spot, the pair hit Cactus with a kendo stick forty-six times in a barbed wire rope match.

Later, he fought Sandman for the ECW championship. During the match, Cactus Jack knocked Sandman unconscious and was declared the winner.

Referee Bill Alfonso , however, reversed his decision because the title cannot change hands by knockout. Foley then continued to have a series of violent encounters with the Sandman, while challenging him and claiming that he had never been beaten in a falls count anywhere match.

He then started to team with Tommy Dreamer. After seeing a sign in the audience one night that said "Cane Dewey" a reference to Foley's real-life son, Foley began a gimmick where he criticized hardcore wrestling and sought to renounce his status as a hardcore wrestling icon and used a very technical, slow wrestling as a way to punish the audience.

He remained one of Raven's top henchmen for the remainder of his time in ECW. On August 28, Cactus beat the previously undefeated Their anger intensified once word began to spread that Foley was leaving to join the WWF In Have a Nice Day , Foley recounted an incident where he asked an ECW roadie to sell T-shirts for him at an event held in a Queens, New York venue where he had been popular even as a heel; the man came back after being spat upon numerous times by angry fans, who made him fear for his life [32].

Even when he tried to give sincere good-byes to the fans, Cactus Jack was met with chants of "You sold out" by the ECW fanbase everywhere he went.

Cactus was booked to face WWF hater Shane Douglas , who won after he handcuffed Cactus and then hit him with no fewer than ten consecutive chair shots, and when he put Jack into a figure four leglock , this allowed Mikey Whipwreck to get into the arena and land one last very hard chair shot to Cactus's face, knocking him unconscious.

Foley's last ECW match was against Whipwreck on March 9, at Big Ass Extreme Bash , and he recounts that he was not looking forward to it due to the increasingly hostile reactions he got even when he wasn't in character.

The ECW fans, who knew that this was Foley's last match, finally returned his affection. They cheered him throughout the match and chanted, "Please don't go!

Foley has said that this exit was his favorite moment in wrestling. During his brief stint in Japan Foley had the nickname "Tsunami Stopper.

Cactus faced Funk in a No Ropes Barbed Wire Scramble Bunkhouse Deathmatch at the Honjo Gymnasium in Saitama , just north of Tokyo in front of people in a match that involved barbed wire as the ring ropes and objects set on fire.

This turned out to be a particularly chaotic and brutal match where Foley and Funk mostly brawled in the seating area amongst the crowd, with folding chairs flying everywhere.

After a number of brutal spots involving flaming chairs, flaming iron rods, Funk Hip-tossing Foley into a flaming chair and Funk slamming Foley's head into a wooden table, Funk reversed a Spinebuster by Foley into a DDT and pinned him to win the match.

Cactus Jack later began a feud with Leatherface , whom he had betrayed during a tag team match. Foley also continued to wrestle in independent circuits, winning championships on the Ozark Mountain and Steel City circuits.

Perhaps the most notable matches of Foley's time in Japan was on August 20, , where IWA organized a King of the Death Match tournament at their Kawasaki Dream event, which featured some of the bloodiest, most violent and most brutal matches of Foley's career.

Each level of the tournament featured a new and deadly gimmick : Cactus Jack's first-round during the day was a barbed-wire baseball bat, thumbtack deathmatch, in which he defeated Terry Gordy; the second round was a barbed-wire board, bed of nails match where Cactus Jack defeated Shoji Nakamaki.

The final, at night against Terry Funk, was a barbed-wire rope, barbed-wire and C4 board, time-bomb deathmatch, which Cactus Jack won with help from Tiger Jeet Singh.

After the match, both men were covered in blood, ravaged by flesh cuts from the wire and burned by the C4 explosions. After a hour flight from Tokyo 's Narita Airport to JFK Airport his father picked him up from the airport to take him back to his Long Island home, and immediately smelt something unusual.

When Foley got home, his father and wife kept asking him about the awful smell, but he would not say anything, not wanting them to worry.

After his father left, his wife persisted, so he revealed the burns to her. True to his hardcore style, other matches Foley took part in were more deathmatches that involved objects like bricks, body bags, thumbtacks, barbed wire and window panes.

He would continue wrestling in Japan until June McMahon was not a fan of Cactus Jack and wanted to cover up Foley's face, so he was shown several designs for a new heel character- a man with a leather mask and chains, called Mason the Mutilator.

However, WWF decided that it was too dark and only left the mask, and although interested in the concept of the character, Foley did not like the name, so he came up with the name Mankind , which company head Vince McMahon liked and approved.

His catchphrase was "Have a nice day! The creatively inclined and dedicated Foley initially would prepare for playing Mankind by researching the character, often spending the night in the respective arena's boiler room and sometimes under the wrestling ring for the first few months, but after that he could get into character almost instantly.

The two then began interfering in the other's matches until they were booked in the first-ever Boiler Room Brawl, and in addition to escaping the arena's boiler room, the combatant also had to reach the ring and take the urn from Paul Bearer.

After 30 minutes of brawling in the boiler room, the backstage corridors and the entrance ramp, and both men taking some bumps involving metal trash cans, tables, ladders, metal poles, hot coffee and the exposed concrete floor, The Undertaker appeared to have won, but Paul Bearer refused to hand him the urn, allowing Mankind to win, thus for the time being ending the relationship between Paul and The Undertaker.

Michaels won by disqualification via interference by Vader and The Undertaker. Undertaker won the match, but Paul Bearer, the Executioner , Mankind and other heels attacked The Undertaker and buried him alive.

Undertaker won the match and Bearer took a leave of absence, continuing the feud. Jim Ross then began conducting a series of interviews with Mankind.

During the interviews, Ross brought up the topic of Foley's home videos and the hippie-inspired character he played in them, Dude Love, as well as his tormented journey in wrestling.

The interviews also affected the fans, who began cheering Mankind, turning him into a face. Mankind tried to replace him, but Austin said he wanted "nothing to do with a freak" and resigned himself to facing Hart and the Bulldog alone the next week.

Halfway into the match, however, Foley debuted a new persona known as Dude Love, who helped Austin take the victory, becoming the new Tag Team Champions.

One of Foley's most memorable vignettes aired before the match began, in which Dude Love and Mankind discussed who should wrestle the upcoming match.

Cactus Jack won the match with a piledriver through a table. Funk, however, broke his retirement soon after the event, and in December he joined the WWF as "Chainsaw Charlie", aligning himself with Foley.

Charlie and Jack defeated the New Age Outlaws at WrestleMania XIV in a Dumpster match to win the tag team titles which was originally supposed to be a barbed-wire rope match- but this very often violent and bloody match was scrapped due to the high profile appearance of Mike Tyson taking part at the event.

The next night, however, Vince McMahon stripped them of the belts and scheduled a rematch in a steel cage, which the Outlaws won with help from their new allies, D-Generation X.

On April 6, , Foley turned heel when Cactus Jack explained the fans would not see him anymore because they did not appreciate him and only cared about Stone Cold Steve Austin: after a hard-fought match with Terry Funk in Albany, fans started to leave the arena a minute or so before their match ended.

Howard Finkel, the ring announcer there announced that Austin, who was the hottest wrestler in the WWE at the time would be making an appearance- and the crowd exploded at the news, and many rushed back to their seats.

Foley later admitted that he was emotionally hurt by this crowd reaction, that his hard work could not compete with Austin's popularity and that he would be just another wrestler to face the company's megastar.

Vince McMahon explained to Austin the next week that he would face a "mystery" opponent at Unforgiven. That opponent turned out to be Dude Love, who won the match by disqualification, meaning that Austin retained the title.

McMahon, displeased with the outcome, required Foley to prove he deserved another shot at Austin's title with a number one contenders match against his former partner, Terry Funk.

The match was both the WWF's first-ever " Hardcore match " and the first time that Foley wrestled under his name. McMahon designated his subordinates Gerald Brisco and Pat Patterson as the timekeeper and ring announcer, and made himself the special referee.

The Undertaker, however, came to ringside to ensure McMahon called the match fairly, and with his presence, Dude Love lost the match and was "fired" by McMahon on the June 1 episode of Raw.

On that same episode of Raw , Foley reverted to his Mankind character, who began wearing an untucked shirt with a loose necktie and resumed his feud with The Undertaker.

At King of the Ring in Pittsburgh's Civic Arena on June 28, the two performed in the third Hell in a Cell match , which became one of most notable matches in professional wrestling history.

Foley received numerous injuries and took two dangerous and highly influential bumps - the first being tossed off the top of the foot high Cell by The Undertaker, crashing through the wooden Spanish announcer's table and landing on the arena's concrete floor.

Barely five minutes after the first bump Foley, with a separated shoulder climbed back up to the top of the Cell after Terry Funk and others tried to stop him, and the second bump, which was an unplanned botch- The Undertaker Chokeslammed Foley, and the fenced panel Foley landed on broke and gave way, and Foley then plunged 13 feet through the Cell and landed on the ring mat.

Mankind lost the match to conclude their storyline. Although conventional wisdom holds that the Hell in a Cell match was responsible for Foley's rise to main event status, live television crowds did not initially get behind Mankind because of the match.

He began the transition into this character following SummerSlam in after Kane turned on him and the two lost the tag team championships. On the October 5 episode of Raw , while McMahon was in a hospital nursing wounds suffered at the hands of The Undertaker and Kane, Mankind arrived with a female clown called Yurple in an attempt to cheer him up.

Having succeeded only in irritating McMahon, Mankind then took a filthy sock off his foot to create a sock puppet named "Mr. Intended to be a one-time joke and suggested by Al Snow , Socko became an overnight sensation.

Mankind began putting the sock on his hand before applying his finisher, the Mandible Claw , stuffing a smelly sock in the mouths of opposing wrestlers.

The sweat sock became massively popular with the fans, mainly because it was marketed mostly by Jerry "The King" Lawler during the events as being a dirty, smelly, sweaty, repulsive, and vile sock.

McMahon created the Hardcore Championship and awarded it to Mankind, making him the first-ever champion of the hardcore division.

Mankind was then pushed as the favorite to win the WWF Championship at Survivor Series , as McMahon appeared to be manipulating the tournament so that Mankind would win.

As The Rock placed Mankind in the Sharpshooter , McMahon ordered the timekeeper to ring the bell even though Mankind did not submit, a reference to the Montreal Screwjob from the year before.

As a result of Survivor Series, Mankind officially turned face, while The Rock turned heel and became the crown jewel in McMahon's new Corporation faction.

Mankind won the match by using his mandible claw hold with the 'Mr. Socko' prop on his hand and the referee declared The Rock had become unresponsive.

But McMahon overruled the title change because Mankind didn't keep his pre-match promise to make The Rock submit. The taped show was broadcast on January 4, , so that is the date WWE recognizes as beginning the title run.

Having title changes on broadcast television rather than pay-per-view was uncommon in professional wrestling, but because of the Monday Night Wars , TV ratings became more important.

The head of rival promotion WCW Eric Bischoff , attempting to take advantage of the fact that their show Monday Nitro aired live while Mankind's title victory was taped the week before, had announcer Tony Schiavone reveal the ending of the Mankind-Rock match before it aired.

He then added sarcastically, "That'll put a lot of butts in the seats. Kevin Nash main event which led to the reformation of the New World Order.

Foley said that the ratings indicate that large numbers of viewers switched from Nitro to Raw to see him win the title and took great personal pride from this- and WCW never beat the WWF in the TV ratings ever again.

During the match, Foley took several violent and dangerous bumps from The Rock all over the arena, including repeated steel chair shots to the head and a fall from the stands onto solid electrical objects, which sparked upon impact.

Although steel chair shots to the head were commonplace in the Attitude Era, the most a wrestler would take in a single ten-minute match was two, or sometimes three, with their hands in front of their head to ease the blow and lessen a chance of a concussion.

However, Foley had taken eleven in the span of two and a half minutes, all unprotected, because he had been handcuffed just before The Rock began his repeated onslaught.

Foley was originally supposed to take five chair shots to the head with the final match-ending shot being two-thirds up the entrance ramp; but, after the fifth shot, Foley was still at ringside and, even after Foley signaled to The Rock to hit him in the back, The Rock decided to keep to the match's brutal tone based on Foley's previous on-the-fly calling of similar shots on the spot, and he hit Foley six more times in the head until they got to the two-thirds mark.

This match is featured in Barry Blaustein's documentary Beyond the Mat , which shows the impact the match had on Foley, his family and even the rest of the audience at ringside, and at one point Foley's five-year-old daughter Noelle cried and screamed in horror, believing her father was dying as The Rock pummeled Foley with repeated chair shots.

The match at this point had become so brutal that it got to a point where furious people sitting in the front of the audience shouted at the referee and The Rock to stop the match, showing signs of disapproval at The Rock.

After 20 minutes of brawling in the ring, the empty grandstands, a kitchen, the arena's hallways, an office, and the catering hall, Mankind took a filthy sock off his foot and stuffed it into The Rock's mouth and then used a forklift to pin a subdued Rock in a basement loading area.

The two then competed in a Last Man Standing match at St. Valentine's Day Massacre , which ended without a winner, meaning that Mankind retained the title.

The next night, Mr. Mankind would go on to WrestleMania to defeat The Big Show and again at Backlash a month later in a violent and brutal Boiler Room Brawl the first in the WWF since July , where the objective of the match had been simplified from the match to just escape the boiler room.

Later in the year, Foley and The Rock patched up their friendship and teamed up to form a comedy team called the Rock 'n' Sock Connection , becoming one of the most popular teams during that time.

The pair won the tag team titles on three occasions. This match included a spot where The Big Show tossed Mankind off the stage, landing hard on the dirt and falling into the grave- Mankind traveled nearly 25 feet in total.

Foley then helped Raw achieve its highest ratings ever with a segment featuring himself as Mankind and The Rock. In August , Foley returned after a three-month absence recovering from knee surgery to resume his feud with Triple H , who had kayfabe injured Foley's left knee with his sledgehammer.

It was around this time that Foley began to realize he was going to have to retire soon- in addition to the massive physical toll he had inflicted on his body, Foley then began to develop cognitive problems such as forgetting simple bodily motions and trouble remembering how to write and spell basic words.

Foley's last match was supposed to be a tag team match with Al Snow in November , but with WWE having to go on with the absence of their biggest star Stone Cold Steve Austin at the time who was out with a broken neck , Foley felt that the company would suffer too badly if another one of its biggest stars disappeared from the roster- even with The Rock surging in popularity.

So Foley, even in the poor condition he was in decided to go on for a few more months until Austin returned, and this is when he continued his feud with Triple H.

Cactus used a 2x4 wrapped in barbed wire, and thumbtacks- trademark weapons from his pre-WWF days, but Triple H won the match after delivering two pedigrees, the second slamming Cactus face-first onto a pile of tacks.

This feud culminated with a rematch at No Way Out in a Hell in a Cell match, where stipulations held that Cactus Jack could not use foreign metallic objects he used in the Royal Rumble, and if he did not win the title, Foley had to retire from wrestling.

During the match, they had made their way onto the top of the cell and Cactus was preparing to Piledrive Triple H onto a barbed wire 2x4 on fire, but Triple H reversed it into a backdrop, causing the cage to give way, and Cactus fell through the canvas.

Triple H then pinned an exhausted Cactus for a three-count, winning the match and Foley's career was over. After retiring from active competition, Foley served as storyline WWF Commissioner under his real name rather than one of his personas.

Foley has said that he intended for his Commissioner Foley character to be a "role model for nerds," cracking lame jokes and making no attempt to appear tough or scary.

He also had a knack during this time to have no one spot for his office; rather, Mick would have an office in all sorts of odd places for example, closets.

Foley turned getting cheap pops into something of a catchphrase, as he shamelessly declared at each WWF show that he was thrilled to be "right here in whatever city in which he was performing e.

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

Foley made a surprise return on the Raw just before WrestleMania X-Seven and announced that he would be the special guest referee in the match between Mr.

McMahon and his son Shane at WrestleMania. Foley returned as commissioner in October , near the end of The Invasion angle.

During this brief tenure, Foley had the opportunity to shoot on the WWF's direction and how dissatisfied he was with it. Saying that there were far too many championships in the company, he booked unification matches before the final pay-per-view of the storyline, Survivor Series.

After Survivor Series, he ended his commissionership at Vince McMahon's request and left the company. On September 11, , 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 face.

On October 15, Foley returned to ROH where he confronted Ricky Steamboat , who claimed that traditional wrestling was better than hardcore wrestling, and during this confrontation Foley also cut a scathing promo on Ric Flair, as part of his real-life animosity over Flair referring to Foley as a "glorified stuntman" in his autobiography.

The next day, both Foley and Steamboat cut promos on each other, leading to a match between two teams of wrestlers handpicked by both men, with Nigel McGuiness and Chad Collyer representing Steamboat and Dan Maff and B.

Whitmer representing Foley, which was won by McGuiness and Collyer. On January 15, , Foley turned heel after he was confronted by Samoa Joe and hit Joe over the head with a steel chair.

Styles ' corner in a match against Embassy member Jimmy Rave , which Styles won. The evening ended with Foley taking a beating and kicked down a flight of stairs by Randy Orton and Ric Flair.

He soon grew tired of the day-to-day travel and left his full-time duties to write and spend time with his family. In the storyline, Foley was afraid to wrestle a match with WWE Intercontinental Champion Randy Orton on the December 15 episode of Raw and walked out of the match rather than face him, the result of the match was ruled a draw.

After Foley walked backstage, Orton confronted him asking why he walked out of the match, calling him a coward in the process, before spitting in his face.

Foley walked out of the arena afterwards. In , Foley returned briefly to wrestling, competing in the Royal Rumble and eliminating both Orton and himself with his trademark Cactus Jack clothesline.

Foley and Orton continued to feud, culminating in a hardcore match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship at Backlash , where a thumbtack-covered Orton defeated Foley, as his Cactus Jack persona, to retain the title after hitting Foley with his signature move, the RKO onto a barbed wire covered baseball bat.

Foley regards this match as possibly the best of his career. Foley returned in in a match where fans were able to vote on which persona he would appear as—Mankind, Dude Love, or Cactus Jack—against Carlito at Taboo Tuesday.

The fans voted for Mankind, who went on to win the match- this was the last time Foley ever wrestled as Mankind.

In the intensely brutal match, the heavily bloodied and thumbtack-covered Edge defeated Foley after spearing him through a flaming table, where both performers suffered second-degree burns after anti-flame material was not applied to the flaming table, at their own request.

At ECW One Night Stand , Foley, Edge and Lita defeated Terry Funk, Tommy Dreamer and Beulah McGillicutty in a violent and brutal tag-team hardcore match, which included a spot where Funk hit Foley with a barbed wire 2x4 plank lit on fire, and the flame latched onto Foley, and he then fell onto a plywood board covered in more barbed wire.

Foley then engaged in a storyline rivalry with Ric Flair , inspired by real-life animosity between the two. In Have a Nice Day!

The two had a backstage confrontation at a Raw event in December in Huntsville , Alabama , but Foley has said that they have largely reconciled. The two then wrestled in an intensely brutal and bloody "I Quit" hardcore match at SummerSlam in which Flair, who was covered in blood, thumbtacks and cuts from barbed wire won the match when he forced Foley to quit by threatening Melina with a barbed-wire bat.

Shortly thereafter, Melina betrayed Foley and announced that he was fired. Seven months later, Foley made his return to Raw as a face on March 5, , with the storyline being that he tricked McMahon into giving him his job back.

Cena retained by pinning Foley. A month later, Foley made an appearance on Raw as the special guest referee for a match between Jonathan Coachman and Mr.

McMahon's storyline illegitimate son Hornswoggle. Foley then made an appearance on SmackDown the same week, where he defeated Coachman with Hornswoggle as the special guest referee.

Foley sat out the August 8 SmackDown to sell his recovery from the injuries. Foley told Long Island Press pro wrestling columnist Josh Stewart in August that "creatively, the announcing job wasn't working out too well".

He expanded with Dave Meltzer on the Observer radio show that the environment was creatively frustrating. Foley allowed his contract with WWE to expire on September 1, , and quietly left the company.

Foley claimed in the statement to be "very excited about the specifics of this agreement and the potential it holds". On the September 18, edition of Impact!

Later, on Impact! On the October 23 episode of Impact! Alex Shelley ended up being pinned by Rhino , and Foley handed Rhino the check.

Afterwards, the defeated Shelley had to put on a Turkey Suit in compliance with the match rules, albeit with much refusal.

However, Shelley " flipped off " Foley and proceeded to beat him up. In the aftermath, Mick mentioned that Shelley is lucky he still has his job.

Styles , and Mick Foley in his debut matchup at Genesis. Nash, however, suffered a legitimate staph infection and missed Genesis. He was replaced by Cute Kip.

Foley had also stated on Impact! He received a rematch at Victory Road , commenting he had only submitted once in his career to Terry Funk, in a spinning toe hold and swore he'd never do it again.

He lost the match when Angle forced him to submit again with the ankle lock. On July 30, , the th episode of Impact! On the edition of September 24 of Impact!

Foley revealed Abyss as the one who tore up his picture and beat him to a bloody pulp with a videotape and the baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire.

Abyss then challenged Foley to a Monster's Ball match which Foley accepted. Stevie and saved Abyss from him.

Stevie all along and had challenged Abyss to a match at Bound for Glory to see how tough he was. Raven returned to TNA and saved Stevie's future in the company by costing Abyss a match and throwing a fireball in Foley's face.

After this, Foley turned his attention away from Abyss and Dr. On the edition of December 3 of Impact! Foley teased another heel turn by booking face Kurt Angle in a handicap match, after Angle refused to give him information on who Hogan is bringing to TNA.

Bischoff announced that he would be shaving Foley bald as a punishment for trying to help Jeff Jarrett in a handicap match the previous week. At first, 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. His departure from the promotion was confirmed on June 5, Foley returned to WWE at a house show in Dublin , Republic of Ireland, taking a break from his UK comedy tour, on November 2, , making an in-ring promo with The Miz and R-Truth and then guest refereed the tag team match, appearing again in Manchester on November 5.

Among those brought out were Cena's former tag team partner Bull Buchanan , his former baseball coach kayfabe , and his father; however the segment was interrupted by The Rock, who delivered a Rock Bottom to Foley before leaving the ring, ending the segment.

Foley appeared on Raw on the January 16, , episode to announce his intentions to participate in the Royal Rumble match at the Royal Rumble pay-per-view later in the night during a six-man tag team match CM Punk needing a tag Foley came down to the ring and got tagged in the match; he defeated David Otunga but John Laurinaitis reversed the decision because Foley was not an official participant of the match.

The next week, he also appeared, wishing Zack Ryder good luck in his match against Kane that night. This was Foley's last night as an active wrestler.

He returned to Raw on June 18, , announcing that he would be serving as the temporary general manager of both Raw and SmackDown for the week. Later in the show, however, Punk attacked Foley backstage.

Foley as Santa was run over by Alberto Del Rio. However, doctors were not able to medically clear Foley and thus Foley announced his final retirement from in-ring competition.

On January 11, , WWE. The official announcement was made on the 20th Anniversary of Raw on January He left the position in May when the show was canceled [91] Foley returned on April 22 episode of Raw to confront Ryback until he was saved by John Cena.

On the October 20, episode of Raw , Foley returned during a segment with Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins where he discussed the cases of their match at Hell in a Cell.

Foley returned to Raw on March 14, in a backstage segment with Dean Ambrose, in which he gave him a pep talk for his upcoming WrestleMania 32 match against Brock Lesnar and a passing of the torch in the form of his iconic barbed wire baseball bat, "Barbie".

Socko and executed the Mandible Claw two times during the fight, once on Sheamus and once on King Barrett.

The latter was part of a three-way finishing move sequence where Barrett was first hit with Sweet Chin Music by Shawn Michaels, staggered and fell into Mr.

Socko, and finally hit with a Stone Cold Stunner. Foley has since unveiled new titles exclusive to the Raw brand , while also making fair decisions to favor the faces and occasionally disagreeing with Stephanie McMahon.

One of Foley's first decisions as Raw General Manager was pitting the feuding Sheamus and Cesaro against one another in a Best of 7 series.

Going into Clash of Champions the duo were tied At Clash of Champions, both men would be counted out resulting in a draw and the best of seven series being declared a draw.

On the next night's episode of Raw Foley who had promised the victor a championship opportunity would put the two in a tag team.

During the match, Foley would order the match to be stopped, deeming Zayn unable to continue. The following week on Raw , Zayn would demand a rematch against Strowman, but Foley would decline, telling Zayn he could not beat him, making Zayn storm off in anger.

On the December 12 episode of Raw , Zayn would once again ask for a rematch with Strowman but was once again rejected by Foley.

Zayn would then tell Foley he was pondering going to SmackDown because Foley did not believe in him. Zayn would angrily refuse the trade and once again demanded a rematch with Strowman.

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

After being insulted and ordered to leave the ring, Foley instead attacked Triple H, stuffing a stinky sock in Triple H's mouth via Mr. Socko before being low blowed by McMahon.

Seth Rollins would then come out to aid Foley, only to be attacked by Triple H. On the September 10, episode of Raw. On the May 20, edition of Raw , Foley returned to unveil a new championship.

In July, he announced that he wanted to challenge R-Truth for the championship. However, that didn't occur due to being attacked by Bray Wyatt , now appearing as "The Fiend" on Raw.

Due to his hardcore wrestling style and high risk spots, Foley style raised preocupation from several people. Eric Bischoff said that his crazy spots lead WCW to fire him in

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Foleys Countdown to Lockdown wurde am 1. November Dieses Match durfte Cena gewinnen und Champion bleiben. Foley hat die Kreation des Mythos allerdings teuer bezahlt - und beinahe wäre der Preis noch höher geworden: Nur ein glücklicher Zufall verhinderte, dass die Todesmeldung von Jim Ross ein paar Minuten später Realität geworden wäre. Nachdem Foley beleidigt worden war und befohlen worden war, den Ring zu verlassen, griff er stattdessen Triple H an und stopfte Mick Foley H über Mr. Amerikanische Wrestlingmagazine behaupteten jedoch, Foley wollte das Ganze wie einen Unfall aussehen lassen, Dynasty 2019 sich seine Frau schon längere Zeit zunehmend Sorgen um ihn machte. Mai Ausgabe von Rawkehrte Foley eine neue Meisterschaft zu enthüllen. In der Crazy Stupid Love Full Movie vom 1. Mick Foley

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Später bei Impact! In der soeben ausgestrahlten Doku "Undertaker: The Last Ride" - an Mick Foley Ende der Taker selbst seinen nun wohl endgültigen Rückzug verkündete - Jonathan Bailey Foley verdeutlicht, dass er Roschdy Zem Fehde mit dem "Dead Man" alles zu verdanken hatte, was folgte. Das Pixels Kinox des Matchs wurde als unentschieden gewertet. Später in der Nacht gelang es ihm jedoch, sich zu erholen und Cena zu helfen, Del Rio in einem Wunder im Die folgenden Kämpfe wurden nicht mehr ganz so risikoreich geführt, auch bei ihren Nostalgie-Videos zeigt WWE beim Rückblick auf das Taker-Mankind-Match meist London Heist den ersten der beiden Stürze, nicht den fast tödlichen zweiten. Socko in Bischoffs Kehle, Katja Riemann ihn auf den Friseurstuhl und rasierte ihn fast kahl. Erst Trainspotting 2 Deutsch November mussten sie den Titel wieder abgeben. Januar zum Foley rang weiter in Japan. Daraus schrieb man eine Fehde zwischen Edge und Foley. Foley erschien am Dezember vorab aufgezeichneten Ausgabe von Monday Night Shotgun Deutsch. Vom 7. Auf der Vader behauptete jahrelang, dass sich das Ohr während des verpfuschten Hangman-Manövers gelöst habe. Nachdem Foley zwei Monate lang nicht erschienen war, kehrte er in der Ausgabe vom

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