Mick Foley spoke with The Cornwall Seeker about his time as the Raw GM, Mankind, "The Montreal Screwjob," and more. Here are some of the highlights:
Making the transition to the second iteration of Mankind:
"Mankind made a transition from a very dark character to a much lighter-hearted character. I enjoyed that lighter-hearted Mankind."
Looking back at his title wins and headlining big WWE PPVs:
"I was filling in temporarily for the biggest stars. I never lead the company."
"The Montreal Screwjob" at the 1997 Survivor Series in Ottawa:
"It was a little bit contentious in the locker room. I guess Mr. McMahon did what he thought he had to do to keep the company alive and we moved on."
His time as Raw General Manager:
"I enjoyed my time working on Raw with Stephanie McMahon. I needed a hip replaced, and a knee replaced, so I couldn't do it as long as I would have liked to, but I enjoyed being back there."
Foley also discussed his one-man show. You can check out the full interview by clicking here.