There have been talks of giving WWE talent time off to recharge and heal up, according to The Observer. The belief is that it could be a positive strategy to implement down the line. However, there is a concern over the depth of top stars, or lack thereof, and the idea of running consistent shows without the likes of John Cena and Daniel Bryan as the billed headliners.
Mick Foley Talks Undertaker
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Hardcore legend and WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley has had a lot of chair shots in his career but he says one man hit the hardest.
Foley, who will be at the Improv Fort Lauderdale during his Tales from wrestling past national tour Sunday May 11, joined The Roman Show to talk about his visit. The former WWE champion said the Undertaker hit the chair the hardest.
“I’d say the Undertaker,” he said. “The chair to the back literally bring numbness to your toes with the power of one of his chair shots.”
The author said he is excited to visit South Florida once again and recalls several matches he had in the past.
“It’s a great part of the country,” he said. “I always have had a great following there. I remember wrestling in Fort Lauderdale on Halloween in 1990.”