Mick Foley Says He Won’t Run As The Rock’s VP, Kane Returns To Compete In Battle Royal: RAW 2005 (Video)

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MIAMI BEACH, FL - MARCH 29: WWE announcer Jim Ross (L) and WWE legend Mick Foley attend WrestleMania Premiere Party A Celebration of Miami Art and Fashion on March 29, 2012 in Miami Beach, Florida. (Photo by Alexander Tamargo/WWE/Getty Images for WWE)

MIAMI BEACH, FL – MARCH 29: WWE announcer Jim Ross (L) and WWE legend Mick Foley attend WrestleMania Premiere Party A Celebration of Miami Art and Fashion on March 29, 2012 in Miami Beach, Florida. (Photo by Alexander Tamargo/WWE/Getty Images for WWE)

Mick Foley Says He Won’t Run As The Rock’s VP

Sports Illustrated released a video interview with WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley earlier today via Twitter.

During the interview Mick had the following to say about The Rock possibly running for President in 2020 (please credit WrestleZone for the transcription):

MF: I do believe Dwayne Johnson would make a very good candidate. Not just because he’s a wise man, you could say, “he has no experience in politics.” (Whispers) Well, neither does the other guy. (Laughs) The Rock surrounds himself with good people. He listens and his work ethic is unparalleled. I have no doubt that he would learn quickly and surround himself with great people. In no way, shape or form will I be on the ticket!

You can hear Mick’s full comments in the embedded Twitter video below.

Related: Mick Foley Kicks Off ‘Saint Mick’ Book Tour Today

Kane Returns To Compete In Battle Royal: RAW 2005

WWE has released the following video on-line:

Kane is back on Raw, but he win a Battle Royal in his return?

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