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Neurologist Says Foley Can Never Wrestle Again, Ambrose Idea Revealed

Mick Foley revealed during a comedy show in Adelaide that a neurologist informed him that he is not able to wrestle ever again.

Foley got the news after he explained his proposal to WWE about having a match with Dean Ambrose at SummerSlam as a follow-up to their YouTube/Twitter feud. Foley noted that he proposed to have a “fake” Dude Love come out of the entrance way, but would be attacked by Dean from behind as Mankind was coming through the ring.

These plans would later be nixed due to his diagnosis from the neurologist.

Also at the comedy show, Foley noted that he felt Dean made very personal comments about his family within the feud and asked him to stop, but Dean thought this was “face” Foley actually egging him on.

  • Thatoneperson

    Well that sucks.

    • Hawkins

      Hell Yeah it does…

  • Daniel

    It was only a matter of time til all the bumps, chairshots, and hardcore moments caught up to Foley :(

  • Ex XFL Employee

    This is a bit upsetting, considering i believe the idea of this match was amazing. It could have started Dean off a bit earlier than it took, not to mention the “Attitude Era”esk moments they could have had during there matches.

  • SdotC

    Been watching a lot of Ambrose recently, including his days as Jon Moxley…dude really is super talented.

  • SdotC

    CM Punk, Bryan Danielson, Jon Moxley, Tyler Black, El Generico, The Kings of Wrestling, Sara Del Rey… all under WWE contracts, working against people like Cena, Orton and the Rock. Who would have seen that coming? Add Damien Sandow, Dolph Ziggler, Richie Steamboat on his way up, Joe Hennig…uh…somewhere…probably the same place as Zack Ryder…WWE is looking really solid from an internet fan’s perspective. Plus, with guys like The Rock, Chris Jericho and Brock Lesnar poking their heads in once in a while, and people like Mark Henry getting their due, I think this is a really good time to be watching WWE. Certainly better than it was between 2006 and 2010. Maybe we just need to stop being such fucking critics.