Source: Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone has an interview with WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley, who was promoting Holy Foley on the WWE Network. Below are a couple of highlights:

If he stays in touch with The Rock:

"What's funny is our daughters keep in better touch than we do. Like I'll hear my daughter say, 'The Rock's going to be on Raw today,' and it's a complete secret. 'His daughter just texted me.' I get a message from him every once in awhile. And I've got a great rock and roll Rock story. When I met his girlfriend Lauren, she said, 'You and I have already met. You were at my 13th birthday party. My father is Sib Hashian, the drummer from Boston.' I happened to be with a friend of mine on the way to Fenway Park and he said, 'We just got to stop off at a buddy of mine's house.' So we're forever bound by the fact that the mother of The Rock's child turned 13 with me in attendance."

His past criticism of female wrestlers in WWE and if he's made changes on that front:

"Yeah. I think Mr. McMahon was only shown the negative things I wrote. I don't think they showed him the other 92.5 percent of nice things I was saying. He knew I was critical but it was always constructive criticism, and when I came on board, Stephanie and I agreed that as the big proponents of the women's wrestling evolution that we needed to draft the women very high for Raw, so we drafted Charlotte second and then Sasha Banks sixth. We are really excited about the women's division. Moving forward, it's going to get bigger and better."

Foley also discussed his relationship with Noelle and how it compares to Vince and Stephanie McMahon's, Noelle entering the business, fans still asking him about his Hell In A Cell match against the Undertaker and more. You can read the full interview by clicking here.

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