One of the greatest interpreters of WWE hardcore and in general of all the most important companies in the world is Mick Foley. The nickname with which the WWE Hall of Famer is often referred to, is in fact Hardcore Legend, with some matches in the career of the former WWF world champion, which are recognized by anyone, as milestones in the history of the entire discipline of pro -wrestling.
How can we forget the two flights in and out of King of the Ring 1998's Hell in a Cell, where a Mick Foley as Mankind was thrown from below by the company's Deadman, The Undertaker, finding fractures and losses of multiple teeth, with such contention that it has remained within the minds of WWE Universe fans for decades.
Apparently, Mick Foley's career may not have ended, at least not as an on-screen character in the McMahon company, given that if the athlete can no longer fight, in recent years he has also held the role of General Manager on Monday Night Raw rings.
Mick Foley deletes his Twitter account in protest After signing a new deal with WWE with a Legend contract, just like other athletes like The Boogeyman did, Mick Foley caused a sensation on social media, going to delete his personal profile on Twitter, after the acquisition for well 44 billion dollars, by the American billionaire Elon Musk.
Already on the eve of the sale, Mick Foley had anticipated the will of his shares, saying: "I am seriously considering leaving Twitter for my own sake in the near future. I have no good intentions as to where this platform is going to go."
In the last hours, in fact, as soon as Elon Musk's acquisition of the most famous social network in the world became official, along with Facebook, Foley's Twitter account magically disappeared from all searches, with the only reference to the former athlete which is that of his podcast.
At the moment, his account remains disappeared, but we do not know if in the coming weeks Foley will return to use the social network or if his decision is now final.