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Mick Foley Says A Lot Of People Don’t Like CM Punk Personally

Mick Foley Says A Lot Of People Don’t Like CM Punk Personally

WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley has been in the news as of late. Foley recently stated that his contract was ending soon with WWE and would be working with them on a case by case basis. Foley caused a stir right after the Royal Rumble last Sunday when he criticized the WWE for not

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Mick Foley Goes Into Detail Regarding Daniel Bryan And The Royal Rumble

After last night’s Royal Rumble event, WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley expressed his frustration with the WWE and how Daniel Bryan should have been in and won the Royal Rumble. Foley then went on his Facebook page today and posted this blog. “Yes, I’m going to put a brick through my TV. It’s just

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Between The Ropes Video: TNA Bound for Glory 2013, Hell in a Cell Matches

Brian Fritz and Michael Wiseman are back with the weekly video talking about his Sunday’s TNA Bound for Glory 2013 PPV headlined by Bully Ray vs. AJ Styles for the TNA World Championship and the poll on the greatest Hell in a Cell match of all time.  (We apologize for the audio for Fritz as something

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Video: WWE 2K14 30 Years of WrestleMania Symposium

WWE held a symposium celebrating the 30 years of WrestleMania theme on the latest WWE 2K14 video game with a panel of WWE superstars.  Jim Ross hosted the panel which included Dolph Ziggler, Daniel Bryan, Rey Mysterio, Steve Austin, Paul Heyman, Mick Foley and Ric Flair who joined in during the second half. Once the

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Between The Ropes | Paul O’Brien – July 31, 2013

Author Paul O’Brien of the wrestling crime novels “Blood Red Turns Dollar Green” talks about the second volume of the book now being out, why he decided to write a crime novel about wrestling during the territories, the influence of TV shows on his writing, getting a helping hand from Mick Foley, the research that

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Kurt Angle is Great But Could Have Been Greater

On Sunday night at the TNA Slammiversary pay-per-view, Kurt Angle was introduced as the second inductee to the TNA Hall of Fame.  There’s no doubt that Angle deserves the honor and is,  quite honestly, one of the all-time greatest in-ring performers in the history of professional wrestling. But I couldn’t help thinking about something when

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