"Look, sports-entertainment has to involve a certain amount of respect and trust," Foley said in the blog entry. "It's pretty obvious Dean Ambrose doesn't have the slightest amount of respect for me, and therefore I can't place the slightest amount of trust in him. Anyone wondering if I'm feeling better following the concussion I spoke of in that promo with Flair? I'm not. I tend to have two types of days when it comes to that muted, under-water feeling I spoke of in that promo - bad and worse. Given my history of concussions, I would have to be an absolute idiot to place my future in the hands of someone I don't trust. Since I like to think I am not an idiot, I won't be placing any trust in him."
He added, "He had the golden ticket, and he blew it, because he would not honor the simple request I made - to his face - to not include my children in any way in his tweets. If I can't trust him to honor that simple request, I certainly can't trust him not to take liberties in the ring." You can read the full blog entry at http://mickfoley.typepad.com/