Comic Con Scotland Cancels Mick Foley's November Appearance Because He's Appearing At Wales' Comic Con In December

Mick Foley with a rough morning.

This past Monday on RAW, WWE Hall Of Famer Mick Foley made his return to the red-brand exclusive show for the first time since being "fired" by commissioner Stephanie McMahon in March of 2017. Foley came out to the crowd inside of the 'Smoothie King Center' and had a confrontation with Elias. During the confrontation Foley revealed that he was going to be stepping back inside Hell In A Cell one more time as the Special Guest Referee for this Sunday's WWE Universal Championship match between Braun Strowman and the champion Roman Reigns

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Immediately following the 'Hell In A Cell' PPV, Mick Foley's '20 Years Of Hell' live show will air on the WWE Network. On top of Foley touring the world talking about his infamous Hell In A Cell match with The Undertaker, he also makes a number of appearances at Comic Con events. This morning Foley shared on Twitter that his November appearance at the Comic Con in Scotland was canceled because of his scheduled appearance at the Wales Comic Con in December. 

The rival fan convention wanted Foley to put an end to his appearance in Wales if he was going to partake in their festivities in Scotland. Scotland Comic Con made the decision for Foley and decided to cancel his appearance at their event because they felt as if his date in December was a conflict of sorts.

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