WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley recently spoke with Wrestling Inc to talk about various topics. Here are the highlights.
His daughter Noelle training to become a wrestler:
“No, she got banged up quite a bit,” Foley said of Noelle’s training. “Injured, not just banged up but injured.”
Status of Holy Foley:
“We really enjoyed doing it… But it was an expensive show for the [WWE] Network to make, and when you look at some of their other shows, it’s a GoPro on a windshield,” Foley said referring to Ride Along. I think if this was a show that was on USA or E!, there probably would have been a better home because you could have a big budget for it. I was glad they took a chance on it. We really enjoyed those 10 weeks together… and to get paid. But it just didn’t work out. It was the highest-rated show [on WWE Network] of all-time for a little while, but there’s only so many times people can watch 10 episodes over and over and over.”