Mick Foley, former professional wrestler and current infomercial CEO had a successful career, and even wants to document parts of his life after he dies.
On a show called “Foley Is Pod,” WCW Hall of Famer Mick Foley revealed his request for when the time comes that he’s no longer alive and left behind.
“I believe I’m going to be cremated when the time comes,” Foley said. “We’ll see if Vince would let [my family] drop the ashes in the ring before the main event of WrestleMania. Wouldn’t that be great?”
Mick Foley is one of WWE’s most accomplished performers and a folk legend with iconic moments such as The Undertaker throwing him off of the top of the Hell in a Cell structure and Shane McMahon doing the same.
Foley will always be remembered as the first person to do this jumping through an announcer’s table, but Shane did it too.
Foley has made six appearances at WrestleMania with his first match taking place at WrestleMania 13 when he teamed with Vader to take on the British Bulldog and Owen Hart.
Foley’s most recent performance on WrestleMania was against Edge twice in a match that saw Edge walk out victorious after spearing Foley through a table set on fire. Foley’s record for WrestleMania stands at two wins, three losses, one draw.
Though his career spanned over twenty years, Foley was a huge success with the WWE. He won eight WWE Tag Team Championship wins, including ones with Steve Austin, Chainsaw Charlie, Kane, Al Snow, and The Rock.
Foley’s main highlight in the ring was winning EIGHT times for the WWE Championship. Twist of fate: it caused WCW’s Monday Nitro to change their war tactic from just having good ratings to now be known as “the show that pushed network television too far.”
After an almost 10 year hiatus from professional wrestling, Mick Foley won the TNA World Heavyweight Championship in 2009. He held this title for 63 days before dropping it to Kurt Angle. In addition to Kurt and AJ, Mick faced Samoa Joe, Jeff Jarrett, and Styles at their 4-way match.