Mick Foley, who has been very outspoken about WWE's creative direction in recent months, took to Facebook to write a letter to the sports-entertainment organization concerning tonight's Elimination Chamber pay-per-view event:
Please, please, please, please, have a great show tonight.
As a fan of pro-wrestling – have a great show.
As a father of four who has ordered every PPV for the past year – have a great show.
As the guy whose big Christmas present to his family was a family trip to New Orleans for Wrestlemania, even though he knew he wasn't likely to appear on the event – have a great show.
On behalf of all those other dads or moms who have done the same thing; spent considerable money on an event that thus far is not capturing our imaginations – have a great show.
As a Disney fan who wouldn't want to arrive at the Magic Kingdom just to find out all his favorite attractions were closed – have a great show.
As someone who still remembers how it felt to be 18 years old and see Jimmy Snuka dive off the top of the cage - to see the magic pro-wrestling was capable of creating - and knows you have the ability and personnel to make people feel that same magic - have a great show.
As the estranged son who still loves his WWE family, and, no matter what, in some strange way, always will – have a great show.
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