|By Jay Calderon | June 22, 2012 | Comments|
Source: WWERecently, in a WWE.com Exclusive, an in-character Mick Foley addressed his participation as interim Raw and Smackdown! general manager. While he doesn't think it was perfect, he's pretty happy with his performance.
"You know what? I think it was pretty good," Foley said. "John Laurinaitis gives himself a lot of A's when he judges himself. I'm pretty harsh of a critic, a little bit. I could have done better, but I think we got the message out.
"It was different. I'd still like to think that my hat is in there [to be the] full time general manager. But, you never know."
In regards to Laurinaitis being "officially" fired, he seems just as happy to have been apart of that.
"It felt good. You want to be apart of their milestones in the same way you want to create milestones. So, I'm glad I could be part of it," concluded Foley.
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