Mick Foley wouldn't turn down the chance to wrestle in Saudi Arabia if the money is right.
Earlier this week, WWE announced that the company will return to Saudi Arabia on June 7 for their third event in the country. WWE is advertising appearances by legends such as The Undertaker, Brock Lesnar, and Bill Goldberg at the event. The Saudi events have been seen as controversial ever since WWE and Saudi General Sports Authority agreed to a 10-year deal in 2018. Women are prohibited from wrestling at the events and Daniel Bryan & John Cena dropped out of their advertised appearances at November's Crown Jewel show.
Despite concerns, WWE is able to lure top names into wrestling at the event thanks to big money offers. Shawn Michaels came out of retirement in November to work one more match in Saudi Arabia.
Appearing on TalkSport’s Pro Wrestling Show, Mick Foley was asked about potentially wrestling in Saudi Arabia.
"I'm lucky enough to where I don't have to make that choice. I have to be honest, I can be had for a certain price. If they wanted a rematch of the Cell badly enough and were willing to pay for it, then my God they'd probably get it."
Foley has not officially wrestled since entering the 2012 Royal Rumble.