Mick Foley reflects on the stars of today he'd like to wrestle.
Mick Foley was fortunate enough to have wrestled many greats in his career from different eras of pro wrestling. Ric Flair, Terry Funk, Triple H, The Undertaker, and more have all wrestled "The Hardcore Legend." However, Mick still watches today's wrestling stars and ponders all of the "what if" scenarios that could be created if he was in his prime in 2022.
On the first "Ask Mick Anything" episode of Foley is Pod, Mick Foley singled out Ricochet and Bray Wyatt as two names he would like to wrestle from the WWE roster. From AEW, Mick Foley repeated past statements about wanting to work with the likes of Jon Moxley and Darby Allin.
"Oh man, I love I would love to work with Moxley," he began. "Bray Wyatt, I imagine the promos can be really cool. I always liked working with people who had polar opposite styles to mine, and then putting a little of my own style into it. So somebody like Darby Allin would have been great to work with. Ricochet, if he had had a hot program coming out of the gate, I think it would have made a big difference that there. Man, I can't stress enough how important it is to have one of those great marriages quickly and establish a lot of guys, I think that was the only thing missing [for Ricochet], that great rivalry right out of the gate."
In the past, Mick Foley has spoken about tentative plans for him to wrestle Dean Ambrose, Jon Moxley's WWE persona, in a 2012 program before he found out that he would no longer be physically cleared to wrestle.
As for Darby Allin, Mick Foley has elaborated on prior episodes of his podcast that he believes he would have audience members in tears over what he would do to Darby as a heel. Read more here.
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