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Michael Francis Foley, Sr, was born on 7 June 1965, in Bloomington, Indiana USA, and is a well-known retired professional wrestler, and now comedian, actor and writer. Mike Foley is best known as the winner of TNA World Heavyweight Championship, WCW World Tag Team Championship, WWF Championship and other tournaments. In addition to this Mick is also known for appearing in different shows and movies, and for releasing many books. So how rich is Mick Foley? It is estimated that Mick’s net worth is $15 million. One of the main sources of his wealth is his career as a wrestler.

Mick Foley Net Worth $15 Million

Mick Foley studied at Ward Melville High School, where unusually he played lacrosse, as well as being a member of the wrestling team. Later Mick continued his studies at the State University of New York at Cortland. In 1983, Mick started wrestling training at the Dominic DeNucci’s wrestling school, and made his debut in the ring later that year. He said that he was inspired by Jimmy Snuka to begin his career as a wrestler. After several successful bouts, Mick became a part of the Continental Wrestling Association, where he was known as Cactus Jack. In 1988 he joined World Class Championship Wrestling (WCCW). Mick continued to be very successful as a wrestler and this was the time when his net worth started growing quickly. During his career Foley won many awards. Some of them include Frank Gotch Award, PWI Match of the Year, Feud of the Year, Slammy Award, Best Brawler and others.

After many years of wrestling, including in Japan, Mick Foley decided to retire in 2000, and focus on other activities, initially as a Commissioner, and then in various positions as referee, coach and occasionally as a fighter, quite often in spectacular headline-grabbing arguments with wrestlers or sport authorities.. He is still involved in wrestling to the present day, now mostly promoting and advertising the sport.

As mentioned, Foley is known for his various books. Some of them include “Have a Nice Day: A Tale of Blood and Sweatsocks”, “The Hardcore Diaries”, “Tales From Wrescal Lane”, “Scooter”, “Mick Foley’s Christmas Chaos” and others. All these books had a huge impact on the growth of Mick Foley’s net worth. What is more, Mick has also appeared in such shows and movies as “Family Feud”, “I Am Santa Claus”, “Anamorph”, “Now and Again”, “Boy Meets World” and others. These also added to Foley’s net worth.

While talking about Mick Foley’s personal life, he married Colette Christie in 1992, and the couple has four children.

All in all, Mick is one of the most successful wrestlers. It can also be said that he is a very talented person as he has written many books and acted in different projects. Undoubtedly, he will continue working so there is a high chance that Mick’s net worth will continue to grow.


More about Mick Foley:

  • Filmography
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Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
WCW Halloween Havoc 1992 TV Movie Cactus Jack
Clash of the Champions XX: 20th Anniversary 1992 TV Movie Cactus Jack
WCW Beach Blast 1992 TV Movie Cactus Jack
WCW SuperBrawl II 1992 TV Movie Cactus Jack
Clash of the Champions XVIII 1992 TV Movie Cactus Jack
Starrcade 1991 TV Movie Cactus Jack
Clash of the Champions XVII 1991 TV Movie Cactus Jack
Halloween Havoc 1991 TV Movie Cactus Jack
GWF Major League Wrestling 1991 TV Series Cactus Jack
UWF Fury Hour 1990 TV Series Cactus Jack
WCW/NWA Capital Combat 1990 TV Movie Cactus Jack- Sullivan's Slaughterhouse
Clash of the Champions X: Texas Shootout 1990 TV Movie Cactus Jack Manson
Hellevator Man 2015 filming Hellevatorman
WWF Raw 1996-2014 TV Series Mankind / Commissioner Mick Foley / Cactus Jack / ...
The Top 100 Moments in Raw History 2012 Video Mankind / Cactus Jack / Dude Love / ...
WWE '13 2012 Video Game Mankind / Cactus Jack / Dude Love (voice)
Wrestle Talk TV 2012 TV Series Mick Foley
30 Rock 2012 TV Series Mankind
All That Remains 2010 Video short Sid the Orderly
Squidbillies 2009 TV Series Thunderclap
Staten Island 2007 Pawn Shop Owner
Avatar: The Last Airbender 2006-2007 TV Series The Boulder
Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Burning Earth 2007 Video Game The Boulder (voice)
Anamorph 2007 Antique Store Owner
WWE Day of Reckoning 2 2005 Video Game Mankind (Graphical likeness)
WWE SmackDown! vs. RAW 2004 Video Game Mankind (voice)
ECW: Hardcore TV - Mental! 2003 Video Cactus Jack
The Rock: Just Bring It 2002 Video Mankind
UWF: It's War 2002 Video Cactus Jack
Extreme Championship Wrestling: The Best of Cactus Jack 2001 Video Cactus Jack
FMW: Yokohama Deathmatch 2001 Video Cactus Jack
FMW: King of the Death 2000 Video Cactus Jack
Celebrity Deathmatch 2000 TV Series Mankind
Big Money Hustlas 2000 Video Cactus Sac
Now and Again 2000 TV Series Charlie
No Way Out 2000 TV Movie Cactus Jack
WWE Smackdown! 1999-2000 TV Series Mankind / Cactus Jack
WWE Sunday Night Heat 1998-1999 TV Series Mankind
Boy Meets World 1999 TV Series Mankind
WWF Superstars 1986-1999 TV Series Mankind / Jack Foley
WWF Attitude 1999 Video Game Mankind (voice)
WWF Judgment Day 1998 Video Mankind
WWF Mayhem in Manchester 1998 Video Cactus Jack
WWF Warzone 1998 Video Game Mankind / Cactus Jack / Dude Love (voice)
Fully Loaded 1998 TV Movie Mankind
No Way Out 1998 TV Movie Cactus Jack
WWF Friday Night's Main Event 1997 TV Series Dude Love
World Wrestling Federation 1997 TV Series Mankind
Cactus Jack Invades ECW 1996 Video Cactus Jack
Eastern Championship Wrestling 1995 TV Series Cactus Jack
IWA King of the Death Match 1995 Video Cactus Jack
ECW Barbed Wire, Hoodies & Chokeslams 1995 Video Cactus Jack
ECW Enter Sandman 1995 Video Cactus Jack
ECW Hostile City Showdown 1995 1995 Video Cactus Jack
ECW Return of the Funker 1995 Video Cactus Jack
ECW Double Tables 1995 Video Cactus Jack
ECW Hardcore Heaven 1995 1995 Video Cactus Jack
ECW November to Remember '95 1995 Video Cactus Jack
ECW Hardcore Heaven 1994 1994 Video Cactus Jack
ECW November to Remember 1994 Video Cactus Jack
WCW Fall Brawl 1994 TV Movie Cactus Jack
WCW Bash at the Beach 1994 TV Movie Cactus Jack
ECW Hostile City Showdown '94 1994 Video Cactus Jack
Clash of the Champions XXVII 1994 TV Movie Cactus Jack
WCW Slamboree 1994 1994 TV Movie Cactus Jack
WCW Spring Stampede 1994 TV Movie Cactus Jack
WCW SuperBrawl IV 1994 TV Movie Cactus Jack
Clash of the Champions XXVI 1994 TV Movie Cactus Jack
WCW World Championship Wrestling 1991-1994 TV Series Cactus Jack
Starrcade 1993 TV Movie Cactus Jack
WCW Battlebowl 1993 TV Movie Cactus Jack
Halloween Havoc 1993 TV Movie Cactus Jack
WCW Fall Brawl 1993 TV Movie Cactus Jack
WCW SuperBrawl III 1993 TV Movie Cactus Jack
Clash of the Champions XXII 1993 TV Movie Cactus Jack
Starrcade 1992 TV Movie Cactus Jack
Clash of the Champions XXI 1992 TV Movie Cactus Jack

Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Mick Foley: Cheap Pops 2015 TV Movie
Big Money Hustlas 2000 Video additional dialogue

Director

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
FMW: King of the Death 2000 Video

Editorial Department

Editorial Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
I Am Santa Claus 2014 Documentary additional editing

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
I Am Santa Claus 2014 Documentary producer

Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Card Subject to Change 2010 Documentary special thanks
WWF SmackDown! 2000 Video Game special thanks: THQ
WWF Attitude 1999 Video Game special thanks - as Michael Foley

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Finding Sandler 2015 Documentary post-production Himself
NXT Takeover: Unstoppable 2015 Video Himself
Mick Foley: Cheap Pops 2015 TV Movie Himself
Dixieland 2015 Himself
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart 2009-2014 TV Series Himself / Himself - 'Senior Asskicker'
The Monday Night War: WWE vs. WCW 2014 TV Series documentary Himself / Cactus Jack / Mankind / ...
I Am Santa Claus 2014 Documentary Himself
WWF Raw 1998-2014 TV Series Himself / Cactus Jack / Mankind
Ladies and Gentlemen, My Name is Paul Heyman 2014 Video Himself
The Sheik 2014 Documentary Himself
WWE: The Legends of Wrestlemania 2014 TV Series Himself
Gotham Comedy Live 2014 TV Series Himself - Host
TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs 2013 TV Special Himself
The History of WWE: 50 Years of Sports Entertainment 2013 Video documentary Himself
WWE 2k14 2013 Video Game Himself (voice)
Hardly Working 2013 TV Series short Himself
WWE: Best of WWE at Madison Square Garden 2013 Video Himself (as Cactus Jack)
WWE: The Top 25 Rivalries in Wrestling History 2013 Video Himself / Mankind / Cactus Jack
Extreme Rules 2013 TV Special Himself
WWE for All Mankind: Life & Career of Mick Foley 2013 Video Himself (as Mankind / Cactus Jack / Dude Love)
WrestleMania 29 2013 TV Special Himself
WWE Hall of Fame 2013 2013 TV Special Himself
The Apprentice 2013 TV Series Himself - Meatball Customer
Rock and Roll Roast of Dee Snider 2013 TV Movie Himself
WWE Saturday Morning Slam 2012 TV Series Himself
Attitude Era 2012 Video Himself / Mankind
Survivor Series 2012 TV Special Himself
WWE Smackdown! 2000-2012 TV Series Himself
Big Morning Buzz Live with Nick Lachey 2012 TV Series Himself
The 50 Greatest Finishing Moves in WWE History 2012 Video Himself / Mankind
WWE: Falls Count Anywhere: The Greatest Street Fights and Other Out of Control Matches 2012 Video Himself / Cactus Jack
The Epic Journey of Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson 2012 Video Himself
Celebrity Wife Swap 2012 TV Series Himself
Royal Rumble 2012 TV Special Himself
The Hour 2011 TV Series Himself
Stone Cold Steve Austin: The Bottom Line on the Most Popular Superstar of All Time 2011 Video Himself / Dude Love / Mankind
WWE '12 2011 Video Game Himself (voice)
Red Eye w/Tom Shillue 2011 TV Series Himself - Guest Panelist
Last Call with Carson Daly 2010 TV Series Himself
Family Feud 2010 TV Series Himself
The Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear 2010 TV Movie Himself
Bound for Glory 2010 TV Movie Himself
Warren the Ape 2010 TV Series Himself
Against All Odds 2010 TV Movie Himself
TNA Impact! Wrestling 2010 TV Series Himself
Bloodstained Memoirs 2009 Video Himself
Final Resolution 2009 TV Movie Himself
Super Dave's Spike Tacular 2009 TV Series Himself
Ring Roasts 2 2009 Video Himself
Bound for Glory 2009 TV Movie Himself
Hard Knocks 2009 Short Himself
Hard Justice 2009 TV Movie Himself
Slammiversary 2009 TV Movie Himself
Victory Road 2009 TV Movie Himself
Tattoos: A Scarred History 2009 Documentary
Sacrifice 2009 TV Movie Himself
Lockdown 2009 TV Movie Himself
TNA: Jeff Jarrett: King of the Mountain 2009 Himself
Destination X 2009 TV Movie Himself
The Heyman Hustle 2009 TV Series Himself
Viva la Raza: The Legacy of Eddie Guerrero 2008 Video Himself
TNA Wrestling: Turning Point 2008 TV Special Himself
WWE: Hell in a Cell - The Greatest Hell in a Cell Matches of All Time 2008 Video Himself / Mankind / Cactus Jack
TNA Wrestling: Bound for Glory IV 2008 TV Special Himself
Wrestlers Rescue 2008 Video Himself
WWE Legends of Wrestling 2007-2008 TV Series Himself
E.C.W. 2006-2008 TV Series Himself
WWE Royal Rumble 2008 TV Special Himself
WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 2008 2007 Video Game short Himself
WWE Cyber Sunday 2007 TV Special Himself
WWE Vengeance 2007 TV Special Himself
WWE Draft Special 2007 TV Special Himself
Blood, Guts & No Glory 2007 TV Movie Himself
Summerslam 2006 TV Special Himself
WWE Vengeance 2006 TV Special Himself
ECW One Night Stand 2006 TV Movie Himself
WWE vs. ECW: Head to Head 2006 TV Special Himself
Legends Never Die 2006 Video Himself
Enter the Sandman 2006 Short Himself
WrestleMania 22 2006 TV Special Himself
WWE Hall of Fame 2006 2006 TV Special Himself
WWE Saturday Night's Main Event 2006 TV Series Himself
Born to Controversy: The Roddy Piper Story 2006 Video Himself
WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 2007 2006 Video Game Himself / Cactus Jack / Dude Love / ... (voice)
Extremely Crazy Wrestling Fans: The Documentary 2005 Video documentary
WWE Tribute to the Troops 2005 TV Special Santa Claus
WWE Armageddon 2005 TV Special Himself
CCW: Tribute Show 2005 Video Himself
WWE SmackDown! vs. RAW 2006 2005 Video Game Himself (voice)
WWE Taboo Tuesday 2005 TV Special Mankind
WWE A.M. Raw 2005 TV Series Himself (2005-)
The Best Damn Sports Show Period 2005 TV Series Himself
Hardcore Homecoming 2005 Video Himself
ECW One Night Stand 2005 TV Movie Himself
UXW: Chris Candido Memorial 2005 Video Himself - Referee
UXW: Genesis 2005 Video Himself
WWE Tribute to the Troops 2004 TV Special Himself
The Rise & Fall of ECW 2004 Video documentary Himself, Cactus Jack
WWE Hall of Fame 2004 2004 TV Special Himself
WWE Backlash 2004 TV Special Cactus Jack
Dinner with the Legends 'Beyond the Mat' 2004 Video documentary short Himself
WrestleMania XX 2004 TV Special Himself
Royal Rumble 2004 TV Special Himself
Mick Foley's Greatest Hits & Misses: A Life in Wrestling 2004 Video Himself / Mankind / Cactus Jack / ...
WWE Armageddon 2003 TV Special Himself
Jimmy Kimmel Live! 2003 TV Series Himself - Guest Co-Host
WWE Bad Blood 2003 TV Special Himself
WWE: Trish Stratus - 100% Stratusfaction 2003 Video documentary Himself
Three Faces of Foley 2002 Video documentary Himself / Cactus Jack / Mankind / ...
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire 2001 TV Series Himself - Contestant
Survivor Series 2001 TV Special Himself
WWE Tough Enough 2001 TV Series Himself
Robot Wars: Extreme Warriors 2001 TV Series Himself
Invasion 2001 TV Movie Himself
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 2001 TV Series Himself
WrestleMania X-Seven 2001 TV Special Himself
Mick Foley: Hard Knocks and Cheap Pops 2000 Video Himself / Mankind / Dude Love / ...
WWF Armageddon 2000 TV Special Himself
Survivor Series 2000 TV Special Himself
Late Night with Conan O'Brien 1999-2000 TV Series Himself
WWF No Mercy 2000 Video Game Himself (voice)
WWF No Mercy 2000 TV Special Himself
WWE Sunday Night Heat 2000 TV Series Himself
WWF Unforgiven 2000 TV Special Himself
Summerslam 2000 TV Special Himself
Fully Loaded 2000 TV Movie Himself
WWF Backlash 2000 TV Special Himself
WrestleMania 2000 2000 TV Special Himself
Saturday Night Live 2000 TV Series Himself
Royal Rumble 2000 TV Special Cactus Jack
WWF Armageddon 1999 TV Special Mankind
Biography 1999 TV Series documentary Himself / Dude Love / Cactus Jack / ...
Howard Stern 1999 TV Series Himself
Survivor Series 1999 TV Special Mankind
The Howard Stern Radio Show 1999 TV Series Himself
The Martin Short Show 1999 TV Series Himself
Beyond the Mat 1999 Documentary Himself
WWF No Mercy 1999/II TV Special Mankind
Good vs Evil 1999 TV Series Himself / Mankind
WWF Rebellion 1999 TV Special Mankind
WWF Unforgiven 1999 TV Special Himself (as Mankind)
Summerslam 1999 TV Special Mankind
Total Request Live 1999 TV Series Mankind
WWF Over the Edge 1999 TV Special Himself (as Mankind)
WWF No Mercy 1999/I TV Special Mankind
WWF Backlash 1999 TV Special Mankind
WrestleMania XV 1999 TV Special Mankind
WWF St. Valentine's Day Massacre 1999 TV Special Mankind
WWF Royal Rumble: No Chance in Hell 1999 TV Special Himself (as Mankind)
WWF Capital Carnage 1998 TV Special Mankind
Hitman Hart: Wrestling with Shadows 1998 TV Movie documentary Himself
WWF Rock Bottom: In Your House 1998 TV Special Mankind
Survivor Series 1998 TV Special Mankind
WWF Break Down 1998 TV Special Mankind
Summerslam 1998 TV Special Mankind
King of the Ring 1998 TV Special Himself (as Mankind)
WWF Over the Edge 1998 TV Special Dude Love
WWF Unforgiven 1998 TV Special Dude Love
WrestleMania XIV 1998 TV Special Cactus Jack
Royal Rumble 1998 TV Special Cactus Jack / Mankind / Dude Love
Survivor Series 1997 TV Special Mankind
WWF One Night Only 1997 TV Special Dude Love
WWF in Your House: Ground Zero 1997 TV Special Dude Love
Summerslam 1997 TV Special Mankind
WWF in Your House 16: Canadian Stampede 1997 TV Special Mankind
King of the Ring 1997 TV Special Mankind
WWF in Your House: A Cold Day in Hell 1997 TV Special Mankind
WWF WrestleFest '97 1997 TV Special Mankind
WrestleMania 13 1997 TV Special Mankind
Royal Rumble 1997 TV Special Mankind
Survivor Series 1996 TV Special Mankind
WWF Buried Alive: In Your House 1996 TV Special Mankind
WWF in Your House: Mind Games 1996 TV Special Mankind
Summerslam 1996 TV Special Mankind
WWF in Your House: International Incident 1996 TV Special Mankind
King of the Ring 1996 TV Special Mankind
WCW Wrestle War 1992 TV Movie Himself (as Cactus Jack)
UWF Beach Brawl 1991 TV Special Cactus Jack
AWA Superclash III 1988 TV Special Cactus Jack
WWF Challenge 1986 TV Series Himself
World Wrestling Federation 1983 TV Series Himself - Audience Member

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Hard Knocks: The Chris Benoit Story 2004 Video documentary Himself
Cheating Death, Stealing Life: The Eddie Guerrero Story 2004 TV Movie documentary Himself (as Cactus Jack)
WWE Bloodbath: Wrestling's Most Incredible Steel Cage Matches 2003 Video Mankind
WWE from the Vault: Shawn Michaels 2003 Video Mankind
WWF: Funniest Moments 2002 Video Mankind
Wrestling Gold: Before They Were Famous 2002 Video Cactus Jack
WWE: Austin vs. McMahon - The Whole True Story 2002 Video Cactus Jack
WWE: Eve of Destruction 2002 Video Mankind
WWE: Triple H - That Damn Good 2002 Video Cactus Jack
WWE: Undertaker - This Is My Yard 2001 Video Mankind
Extreme Championship Wrestling: Hardcore History 2001 Video Cactus Jack
WWF: Hardcore 2001 Video Mankind / Cactus Jack
Extreme Championship Wrestling: Deep Impact 2001 Video Cactus Jack
Kurt Angle - It's True! It's True! 2000 Video Himself - WWF Commissioner
The Rock - The People's Champ 2000 Video Mankind
The Best of Wrestling Slams 1999 Video Cactus Jack Manson
The Unreal Story of Professional Wrestling 1999 TV Movie documentary Mankind
SMW: Blood, Brawls and Grudges 1994 Video Cactus Jack
Deadly Venom: The Best of Sting 1993 Video short Cactus Jack
The Road Is Jericho: Epic Stories & Rare Matches from Y2J 2015 Video Himself
Best of Raw After the Show 2014 Himself
WWE: Raw 20th Anniversary Collection 2013 Video Mankind
Survivor Series 2013 TV Special Himself
WWE: Triple H - Thy Kingdom Come 2013 Video Himself / Dude Love
WWE: ECW Unreleased, Vol. 2 2013 Video Cactus Jack
WWF Raw 2000-2013 TV Series Himself / Mankind
The Best of WWE in Your House 2013 Video Mankind / Cactus Jack
Barbed Wire City: The Unauthorized Story of Extreme Championship Wrestling 2013 Video documentary Cactus Jack
WWE: The Biggest Matches in ECW History 2012 Video Cactus Jack
WWE: The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions 2012 Video Cactus Jack
ROH: The Summer of Punk 2012 Video Himself
Best of King of the Ring 2011 Video Mankind
Shawn Michaels vs. Bret Hart 2011 Video Himself
WWE the Ladder Match 2: Crash & Burn 2011 Video Mankind
Randy Orton: The Evolution of a Predator 2011 Video Himself
WWE: OMG! - The Top 50 Incidents in WWE History 2011 Video Mankind
WWE: Best Cage Matches 2011 Video Mankind
The True Story of WrestleMania 2011 Video Himself
WWE: Top 50 Superstars of All Time 2010 Video Mankind
Wrestling's Highest Flyers 2010 Video Himself
Breaking the Code: Behind the Walls of Chris Jericho 2010 Video Cactus Jack
WWE: The Undertaker's Deadliest Matches 2010 Video Mankind
Hart and Soul: The Hart Family Anthology 2010 Video Dude Love
WWE: Shawn Michaels - My Journey 2010 Video Mankind
WWE: The Best of SmackDown - 10th Anniversary 1999-2009 2009 Video Mankind
WWE: The Rise and Fall of WCW 2009 Video Cactus Jack
WWE Summerslam: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 3 2009 Mankind
WWE: Allied Powers - The World's Greatest Tag Teams 2009 Video Himself
WWE: Greatest Stars of the '90s 2009 Video Mankind
WWE Summerslam: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 2 2009 Mankind
WWE Edge: A Decade of Decadence 2008 Video Himself
WWE: Hell in a Cell 2008 Video Himself / Cactus Jack / Mankind
E.C.W. 2008 TV Series Himself
WWE Summerslam: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 4 2008 Himself
Nature Boy Ric Flair: The Definitive Collection 2008 Video Cactus Jack / Himself
Ring of Honor: Greatest Rivalries 2008 Himself
The Rock: The Most Electrifying Man in Sports Entertainment 2008 Video Mankind
WWE Royal Rumble: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 3 2008 Video Cactus Jack / Mankind / Dude Love
WWE Royal Rumble: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 4 2008 Video Himself
Psychopathic: The Videos 2007 Video Cactus Sac (segment "Real underground baby") (uncredited)
ECW Extreme Rules Vol. 1 2007 Cactus Jack / Himself
WWE One Night Stand 2007 TV Special Cactus Jack / Himself
WWE Legends of Wrestling 2006 TV Series Himself
WWE: The History of the WWE Championship 2006 Video Mankind / Cactus Jack
WWE: McMahon 2006 Video Himself
ECW Blood Sport: The Most Violent Matches 2006 Video Cactus Jack
The Bret Hart Story: The Best There Is, the Best There Was, the Best There Ever Will Be 2005 Video documentary Himself
WWE WrestleMania: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 3 2005 Video Mankind
WWE WrestleMania: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 4 2005 Video Himself
WWE Sunday Night Heat 1999-2005 TV Series Himself
WWE Unforgiven 2005 TV Special Himself
Tombstone: The History of the Undertaker 2005 Video documentary Mankind
WWE Vengeance 2005 TV Special Cactus Jack
WWE: Shawn Michaels - Boyhood Dream 2004 Video Mankind

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#Fact
1 Is back on "Monday Night Raw" as the new Co-General Manager with Eric Bischoff. [December 2003]
2 Refereeing the Hell in the Cell match between Kevin Nash and Triple H at the PPV "Bad Blood" in Houston, Texas [June 2003]
3 Has signed a WWE contract to appear on TV. [September 2005]
4 In his last match (to date), faced Randy Orton (as Cactus Jack) in a No Disqualification Match at Backlash 2004. Surprisingly lost the match when Randy Orton RKO'ed Cactus Jack on a bat warped with barb-wire. [April 2004]
5 In his last match (to date), faced Randy Orton (as Cactus Jack) in a No Disqualification Match at Backlash 2004. Surprisingly lost the match when Randy Orton RKO'ed (Diamond Cutter)Cactus Jack on a bat warped with barb-wire. [April 2004]
6 Came out of retirement to team up with the Rock against Evolution's Ric Flair, Randy Orton and Batista in a Handicap match at WrestleMania XX. Lost when he (Foley) was pinned by Randy Orton. [March 2004]
7 Appeared in Alex Shane's FWA promotion in England. Had matches with Shane himself and Samoa Joe. [June 2005]
8 Was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame on April 6, 2013 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Other inductees were Trish Stratus, Bruno Sammartino, Bob Backlund and Donald Trump.
9 He considers tearing his abdominal muscle to be his most painful wrestling injury.
10 He thinks so highly of WWE announcer Jim Ross that he comes up with match spots with Ross' calls in mind.
11 During his steel cage match with Triple H at Summerslam (1997), Chyna slammed the cage door on his head so hard that, because the pain was so great, he grabbed his arm instead of his head where the contact was made.
12 Of all the wrestlers he's been in the ring with, he trusts the Undertaker the most.
13 For many years, he claimed his missing front teeth were kicked out by Sting during a match. In his book "Have a Nice Day!", he reveals they were actually knocked out when Foley was involved in a car accident in the late 1980s.
14 Parents were Jack and Beverly Foley. His mother was a former government worker. His dad served as the athletic director at Ward Melville High School for many years and was the inspiration for the Cactus Jack character. He died on September 14, 2009 at the age of 76.
15 For many years, he considered his match with Sting at WCW Beach Blast (1992) to be the greatest match he'd ever had. Sting was flattered to hear Foley say it, but was disappointed to learn Foley's match with Shawn Michaels at WWF in Your House: Mind Games (1996) had replaced it.
16 While writing his autobiography, he had only vague recollections of his Hell in a Cell match with the Undertaker. He had to go back and re-watch the match several times in order to write about it.
17 Firmly believes that potential wrestlers need a fall back career in case they can't succeed in wrestling. He once received a backyard wrestling video from a fan, with a note asking him to watch it. He wrote back saying that he wouldn't watch it until the fan finished school.
18 In his autobiography, he said that his favorite animated movie is The Iron Giant (1999), which is in his top four favorite films.
19 One of his teammates on the wrestling team at Ward Melville High School was future actor Kevin James.
20 Frequently wears a Minnesota Twins jersey. He got the jersey after he took batting practice with the team. He said that the players were so nice to him that became a Twins fans and starting wearing the jersey on his live TV appearances.
21 Has contributed much of his time to charity, especially in the New York City/Long Island area. He volunteered as a Sports Counselor at a camp for children with cancer and their siblings. During the camp he even called other wrestlers on his cell phone, at the request of some of the children. He has also raised money for a New York City family of multiple children with disabilities by "selling" his autographed photos and handing them the profits.
22 Attended Cortland University, along with The King of Queens (1998) star Kevin James (with whom he also attended high school).
23 Foley started team with Terry Funk, when he entered the WWE as Chainsaw Charlie. The duo won the tag team straps at Wrestlemania XIV, defeating the New Age Outlaws in a dumpster match.
24 In WCW, Cactus Jack debuted as a gift to Sting at Clash of the Champions XVI, On September 5, 1991.
25 Debuted in The WWE in 1996.
26 Competed in The 1998 Royal Rumble as all three of his personalities.
27 Former Co-General Manager of Raw.
28 On ABC World News Now, he debated with WWE champion John "Bradshaw" Layfield the day before the first Presidential debate. He supported John F. Kerry, John Bradshaw Layfield supported George W. Bush.
29 While his wrestling gimmick is that of a consistently dissheveled, borderline psychotic bruiser, in real life he is an exceptionally well-read, fiercely intelligent individual.
30 Notable Title Wins Include: WCW World Tag Team titles (2); ECW Tag Team titles (2); IWA Tag Team titles; IWA King of the Death Match; WWF Heavyweight title (3); WWF Tag Team titles (8); WWF Hardcore title (first)
31 Despite coming up with the character, Mick is not fond of his Dude Love persona. When the WWF asked permission to show his Dude Love home movie, Foley gave them access only to the wrestling scenes.
32 While in WCW, he once traveled with Steve Austin and Dallas Page. Because Page was so easy to rile up on a trip, he and Austin pulled a number of stunts, trying to see how long it would take Page to crack.
33 When making his World Wrestling Federation debut as Mankind, he was often seen in vignettes holding a live sewer rat. In real life, the rat was actually owned as a pet by legendary wrestling manager, James E. Cornette.
34 After losing the Hardcore title to the Big Bossman, never attempted to re-capture it.
35 Contrary to popular belief, never actually "won" the WWF Hardcore Championship. It was given to him as a gift by Vince McMahon.
36 Took his trademark catchphrase "Bang, Bang!" from the B-52's song "Love Shack." For some mysterious reason, the song had been running through his head, and he held his fingers up like pistols, and recited the "bang bang banging on the door..." verse.
37 The episode of WWF Raw (1993) on which he won his first WWF Championship was taped 6 days before it aired. Foley did not tell his 2 kids that he had won, so he could watch it with them on TV and see their surprise.
38 On an episode of rival program WCW Monday Nitro (1995), WCW commentator Tony Schiavone sarcastically remarked on Foley's WWE Title win, "That'll put asses in the seats." Thousands of Foley fans replied by carrying signs to WWF events reading, "Mick Foley put my ass in this seat" for the year to follow.
39 The WWF originally wanted the mouthpiece of his Mankind mask to resemble the mask Hannibal Lecter wore in The Silence of the Lambs (1991), complete with bars across the mouth.
40 Wrestled Vader (Leon White) the night he had his ear ripped off in Germany.
41 Two of his 4 books have been #1 on the New York Times Best-Sellers List
  • "Have a Nice Day!: A Tale of Blood and Sweatsocks" and "Foley Is
Good: And the Real World Is Faker Than Wrestling". His 2 children's books are holiday books - "Mick Foley's Christmas Chaos" and "Mick Foley's Halloween Hijinx". He is also the author of "Scooter", a novel published in 2005.
42 The last time his children Dewey and Noelle saw their father perform live was during an exceptionally brutal PPV match between Foley and The Rock (the match was featured in Beyond the Mat (1999), during which Foley was handcuffed and he was subjected to eleven consecutive chair shots to the head. The kids were in the front row with their mother and were shown to be shaken. They haven't attended a live show since.
43 Though officially retired from professional wrestling, Foley is still involved in "wrestling" (in a way), as host of the mechanical "wrestling" show Robot Wars, on TNN.
44 His appointment to the position of WWF Commisioner occurred in Worcester MA, at the same arena where he won his first-ever WWF Heavyweight Championship several years before.
45 Was inspired to become a wrestler after hitchhiking to Madison Square Garden to see a cage match between Jimmy Snuka and Don Muraco.
46 First wrestler to appear on Howard Stern's radio show.
47 Attended college at, and played lacrosse for SUNY Cortland.
48 Became commissioner of the WWF on June 26, 2000, after Shawn Michaels gave up the job.
49 The first ever WWF Hardcore Champion.
50 Along with partner Al Snow, won the tag team titles from the New Age Outlaws on November 5, 1999, and held the title for 3 days. Is one of the shortest title reigns ever recorded.
51 Apparently, Mankind's sock puppet friend, "Mr. Socko", was WWF superstar Al Snow's idea.
52 Children: Dewey, Noelle, Hewey and Michael Jr. (b. January 2001)
53 March 16, 1994: Foley lost 2/3 of his right ear in a match against Vader (Leon White) in Munich, Germany.
54 Some of his other injuries include: A broken jaw, fractured left shoulder, broken right wrist, a broken toe, two broken noses, second degree burns and a total of over 300 stitches all over his body. 1998: In an intensely brutal Hell in a Cell match vs The Undertaker, Foley had, his shoulder and jaw dislocated and a tooth knocked into his nose.
55 Retired from pro wrestling on February 27, 2000, after losing to "Hunter Hearst Helmsley" in a Hell in a Cell cage match, but returned for one night only two months later to participate in the main event of WrestleMania 2000.
56 Has won tag team titles with Kane (WWF) The Rock (WWF), Mikey Whipreck (ECW), Al Snow (WWF), Kevin Sullivan (WCW) & Steve Austin (WWF)
57 Former WWF World, Tag Team & Hardcore champion, WCW Tag Team champion & ECW Tag Team champion
58 On August 20, 1995, he won the IWA King of the Death Match tournament in Japan by defeating Terry Funk in an exploding ring match. He later ended up winning the WWF tag team titles with him.

#Quote
1 A guy in the second row was taking phone calls. Finally, after the third one, I said, 'Dude!' And he said, 'I'm a doctor'. Then he said, 'Just kidding'. At that point I said something like 'Oh, so you're not a doctor, you're just an inconsiderate jerk', although I said it in a far more creative way. At that point he told his girlfriend they were leaving. And she said, 'You might be leaving. I'm staying'. So they broke up on Valentine's Day. Which is kind of romantic.
2 (Observation, 2014) For me, the one-man show is a way of feeling the same high I used to feel in the ring - onstage, without getting hurt. So, even though it's a small audience, I really get the same gratification I used tho get after a great match in front of fifteen thousand people.
3 [defending the WWF against L. Brent Bozell III and the PTC] Mr. Bozell's pattern of speech is so singsongy, his mannerisms so robotic, and his inflection so devoid of any real human emotion that I find him downright spooky. Even more frightening is the fact that people actually send this guy money, and that they swallow the crap he feeds them.
4 [about Vince McMahon] I find it ironic that the man who revolutionized sports entertainment [and] erased the stigma of fakery surrounding it... is the one guy in the company who feels compelled to become a wrestling character whenever a camera light turns on.
5 [about Vince Russo leaving WWF for WCW in 1999] You can tell the guy's job wasn't going well by the number of times Vince McMahon was asked "Is Russo still secretly on our payroll?".
6 [about the insulting comments WCW commentators made the night he won the WWF Championship] Not only did their company come across like scumbags for insulting someone whom the fans held in some measure of respect, but they also cost themselves a hell of a lot of viewers.
7 I consider the buildup to and execution of the Royal Rumble 2000 to be the greatest angle I've ever been involved in.
8 As a heel, part of The Rock's appeal was watching him humiliate people.
9 [about breaking down and buying a cell phone] I always used to hate guys with cell phones. But as their popularity grew, I realized I would have to hate an awful lot of people.
10 [about his infamous bump off the Hell in a Cell structure] I have never felt the need to exaggerate its height, because I feel the truth is impressive enough.
11 [about Ric Flair] When Flair is retired and fans are singing his praises as one of the greatest ever, I hope those same fans realize that, as a booker, this is the same guy who let both Mick Foley and Stone Cold Steve Austin walk away.
12 Eric Bischoff was the perfect heel. ECW fans hated both WCW and the World Wrestling Federation, but at least they respected Vince.
13 Wrestling has become so good at creating the illusion of disaster that when disaster does hit, it's very difficult to tell the difference. Sadly, when Owen Hart died in the ring during a World Wrestling Federation pay-per-view, many initially thought it was just part of the show.
14 [about getting knocked unconscious during Hell in a Cell] I had been knocked goofy countless times .... but this was the first time that a period of time elapsed and I wasn't aware of it.
15 [To Randy Orton, about how Foley and Dwayne Johnson (aka The Rock) lost to the team of Orton, Ric Flair and Dave Bautista (aka Batista)] "I'm very impressed that, in a three-on-two situation, you can defeat a Hollywood movie star and a writer of children's books".
16 "I know this may not sound cool, but Dewey and Noelle, this one's for you! Daddio did it!" (After winning his first WWF World Championship)
17 I'm gonna make your ass the world's largest pin cushion!
18 Bang Bang!" Owwwwww, have mercy!
19 Have a nice day!

#Trademark
1 Jokes poking fun at Al Snow, Test, and the Mean Street Posse
2 Missing front teeth
3 Signature weapon: Barbie (Baseball Bat wrapped in Barbed Wire)
4 Signature weapon: Thumbtacks
5 Trademark move: Sweet Shin Music (Superkick to the shin, mimicking Shawn Michaels' finishing move Sweet Chin Music)
6 Trademark move: Stump-puller Piledriver (Texas Piledriver with bent opponent)
7 Trademark move: Spinning Sidewinder Suplex
8 Trademark move: Mr Socko (Testicular Claw)
9 Trademark move: Double Arm DDT
10 Trademark move: Cactus Elbow (Running Elbow Drop from the ring apron to the floor)
11 Finishing move: Mandible Claw/Mr Socko/Love Handle (Mandible Claw Nerve Hold)
12 As Cactus Jack, Foley uses a barbed wire wrapped bat as a weapon
13 As the character Mankind, Foley uses a sock puppet called "Mr. Socko" to use for the Mandible Claw
14 Wrestling moves: Cactus Clothesline (a clothesline that sends both Foley and his opponent over the top rope), Pulling Piledriver (pulls his opponent's tights to piledrive them) and an Elbow Drop from the ring apron to the opponent on the outside of the ring.
15 Wrestling moves "Mandible Claw" and "Double Arm DDT"


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