“No, there’s no heat between me and The Undertaker,” Mick Foley said, debunking the rumors of a rift between himself and The Deadman
Mick Foley is considered one of the greatest Superstars of all time to ever step into the WWE ring. Foley is often known for his risqué spots and the portrayal of different personalities in his matches. His character work and hardcore wrestling style made him popular in the ’90s and 2000s. Foley is one of the most important wrestlers of WWE’s legendary Attitude era. Mick has given many memorable matches throughout his career which still rank among the best for their hardcore action and extreme moments.
Who can forget his almost 20-foot leap out of the cell as he was thrown straight from the top of the cell right through the announcer’s table by The Undertaker? Both Foley and The Phenom have shared some legendary fights and their rivalry has been called one of the best rivalries of the Attitude era. When Undertaker missed Mick Foley’s name in his farewell speech at his Hall of Fame induction ceremony, fans began speculating if there was an argument between the two that Undertaker had not mentioned his name.
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Mick’s daughter Noelle had also expressed her disappointment. But all rumors ended when the two legends were recently spotted at Ric Flair’s final game at Nashville’s Municipal Auditorium. Clearing the air Foley recently shared a Facebook post in which he spoke at length about the matter. He began the post by addressing his son and daughter, and later spoke about the atmosphere surrounding the arena where Flair’s final game took place.
Foley described: “We saw some great games, I saw some old friends and was part of the happy atmosphere backstage – like I’ve rarely seen. Mick also said he didn’t know Taker was going there too and only found out about it 20 minutes before he was due to arrive.” Foley then wrote, “It was definitely good to sit down and reminisce with someone that I did had shared so much history. And no, there is no heat whatsoever between me and Undertaker.”
Thus, the fact is asserted that there are no differences whatsoever between him and The Deadman. He then spoke about the experience he had watching Flair wrestle in his final match, describing it as one of the historic nights in the wrestling world. Foley exclaimed, “Great matches come and go.”
“On the occasions that I’ve had to direct PPV shows, you walk through the curtain after the game and there’s only a handful of your peers who haven’t been out. WrestleMania would be the big exception to that rule. But last night there was this amazing sense of history and joy backstage. I’m so glad I had the chance to be a part of a great night in wrestling history.”
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https://firstsportz.com/wwe-news-mick-foley-undertaker-heat/ “No, there’s no heat between me and The Undertaker,” Mick Foley said, debunking the rumors of a rift between himself and The Deadman