Mick Foley: '20 Chair Shots Should Be Done To Build An Epic Feud Or They Shouldn’t Be Done At All'

If anybody knows a thing or two about chair shots, it's Mick Foley.

Making a legacy off of “hardcore” wrestling, Mick Foley has sometimes been accused of going too far. Perhaps one of the most well-known instances of Mick Foley going too far was at the 1999 Royal Rumble event where Mick Foley was the recipient of multiple chair shots to the head perpetrated by The Rock.

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To this day, that moment is never shown in its entirety when being replayed in video packages as it was seen as too violent in retrospect. Now, Mick Foley is giving some advice to Drew McIntyre and the rest of WWE as it pertains to multiple chair shots.

On July 19, Drew McIntyre, and then attempted to get even with Jinder Mahal assaulted the giant Dilsher Shanky.

Mick Foley, who was tweeting his thoughts throughout the entirety of Monday Night Raw, stated that while he likes Drew McIntyre, he feels that that level of aggression should only be saved for the most epic of rivalries.

Drew McIntyre was cost his final opportunity to potentially become WWE Champion at money in the bank when Jinder Mahal, Shanky, and Veer effectively took Drew McIntyre out of the namesake ladder match.

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