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Mick Foley Says He Would Love For His Daughter To Work In WWE

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WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley recently spoke with The Roman Show. Here are the highlights:

On his daughter possibly working for WWE:

“My daughter hosts a youtube show and she has a nice presence I think she can have a nice presence hosting a show for WWE,” Foley said. “It’s a multi-faceted company and there are a lot positions for people with personalities. Yea I’d love for her to work there.”

On a potential Noel vs. Sasha Banks match:

“My daughter would need the training,” he said. “I can’t imagine my daughter not smiling. My daughter smiles all the time. That would be a tough one for me. I guess I would have to root for my daughter. The boss is really something special.”

You can watch the interview here:

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  • MikeLo #NewNation

    I hope so she comes to WWE ???

  • Lisa

    Mick Foley is a butt-smooching sell out. Because his son got employed by WWE Foley no longer critisizes WWE like he used to. And now he also wants his daughter to work for WWE.

    • Martin

      I’m sure you wouldn’t do the same for your daughter. Grow up, you sound like a child.

      • Lisa

        I would. However, I wouldn’t be as butt-smooching as Foley. He gave us the impression that he was a genuine wrestling fan that wasn’t happy with WWE’s reckless booking. Now all that has changed overnight.

      • siddus

        Because it is a child.

    • siddus

      Actually, his most recent critical blog, although it came out a couple of days before the announcement of Duey Foley being hired, he was actually given the job offer months before. He simply needed to finish a college course before he started his employment. So yes, he continued to criticise them after they gave his son a job.

      • Lisa

        Ever since it was made public Foley has not criticized WWE in any way, shape or form. He sold out.

        • siddus

          1. The definition of selling out is: “a betrayal of one’s principles for reasons of expedience.” In other words, Foley needs to be getting something back from WWE. As already mentioned, his son already had the job offer the last time he was critical so clearly he hasn’t sold out.

          2. What exactly is he meant to have been critical of in recent history? The Royal Rumble was one of the best PPVs for months, the divas division seems to be in the direction Foley was asking for, particularly with an increased focus on Sasha Banks, and frankly, given all the injuries they’ve had they’re probably doing the best that can be done at the moment. Sure, it’s not perfect but when has it ever been? Not even in the Attitude Era was it ever perfect.

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