Foley talked about what his show is like, his WWE history including quitting WWE after the Montreal Screwjob, if he gets heckled, and more. You can read a few excerpts below:
Foley on expectations for his shows:
“I don’t want people to think it’s a comedy,” said Foley in a telephone interview with Seaway News. “It’s not joke-telling. It’s a wrestling-centered storytelling show that is based primarily in humour, but doesn’t have to be funny. It’s like taking fans on the same kind of emotional journey that a wrestling match would.”
Mick Foley On Quitting WWE:
“This will be my first return to Cornwall since ’97 when I quit WWE over the Montreal Screwjob with Bret Hart,” he said in an interview with chinlock.com. “There was a Monday Night Raw that I missed following that pay-per-view out of protest. Then when my wife read my contract to me over the phone and I realized I’d just breached my contract and couldn’t work anywhere in the world for five years, I did return in Cornwall. I try to take every city where I’ve had history and incorporate it into the show.”
The latest episode of WWE Warehouse is now available on the WWE YouTube channel. Episode 7 takes a look some Undertaker artifacts, including some Buried Alive match tombstones and the Undertaker’s steel symbol.
WWE Warehouse airs on WWE.com weekly, followed by a delayed ‘premiere’ on YouTube on Fridays. You can watch the clip in the player below: