On the latest episode of Foley is Pod, Mick Foley was asked if he would have liked to have worked as an agent in WWE.
“No. I don’t have the head for business and the attention to details. I did as far as character went. Maybe I could have been a good guy to help with promos. I remember asking Hillbilly Jim about his work with WWE and saying, ‘Yea, I would like to do something’, but a little bit of Vince went a long way for me, like, I just knew I couldn’t be that close.”
“When John Laurinaitis and I talked when I came back from TNA, it was almost like opening up a menu and asking me what I wanted to order. I could host shows. I could come back occasionally. I could be an agent. Pretty much anything I wanted and I just thought, I can’t be an agent. I can’t do that. I would love to have been offered the idea to be a consultant. Nobody ever offered me a consultant’s role. I would have loved to have been offered a consultant’s role. I think that what I have to say is valuable. For the entirety, up until a couple years ago, I lived on Long Island. I was an hour and a half away, which only like three people were. I think it was me, Taz, and Tommy Dreamer were New Yorkers. Almost everybody, almost by official edict, was either Florida or Texas. I think I could have contributed more, although I will say I think I did contribute quite a bit with returns in 2004 or 2006. Not so much after I came back from TNA, but I’ve been part of the mix. I was able to come back and cut a promo with Moxley and Seth Rollins that I thought was really valuable. I did the Holy Foley show. I’m pretty good with how things turned out.”
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