Mick Foley explains if he has heat with WWE

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Hardcore legend Mick Foley missed this week WWE hosted RAW’s 39th anniversary show which saw the return of a few legends of the promotion. The names included Undertaker, Ric Flair, Road Dogg, Hulk Hogan, Kurt Angle, and X-Pac.

 Mick Foley missed the show and also revealed that he had politely turned down WWE’s offer to appear on the show. This has led to speculations that Mick Foley has heat with the Stamford-based promotion. 

Speaking on the latest edition of his podcast, Foley dismissed all the rumors. Here is what he said.

“Absolutely not. I will say I have had some heat over the years. Maybe if you polled everyone in WWE, maybe I have heat with someone that I’m not aware of, but to the best of my knowledge, everything is going really well,” said Foley. “I’m involved to some extent with this show on WWE.

I’ve spent more time in Connecticut, not necessarily WWE headquarters, but right up the road working with WWE personnel on a show I’m really proud of, really, really proud of this, but there’s an extravagant amount of traveling because I have to travel to where the talent is available when they are available. So it’s not like logistically a loop is being set up.

Basically, you know, if I can visit the milk truck in Modesto, California, I gotta go out and see that milk truck when Kurt Angle is available. Bill Goldberg got a lot of things on the plate, so I’ve got to go out to Kansas when Bill is available, not because he lives there, but because that’s where the collector is. So just for example, there was one three day stretch where I went from Florida, to Modesto, California. Modesto, California to Boston. Boston to Hutchinson, Kansas, which is not a direct flight, and then back to Florida.

So you’re literally putting like 30 flying hours together by the time you’re done, especially if something’s not nonstop, so it can be very time consuming.”

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