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Mick Foley Comments On The Undertaker Not Mentioning Him During WWE Hall Of Fame Speech

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• Mick Foley Comments On The Undertaker Not Mentioning Him During WWE Hall Of Fame Speech

On April 1, 2022, The Undertaker was inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame. At the ceremony, he gave one of the best Hall Of Fame speeches ever.

However, Noelle Foley (daughter of Mick Foley) wasn’t happy about the fact that Taker didn’t mention her father during the speech.

Below is what she tweeted:

“That was a great speech, but I’m very surprised there was not one single mention of my dad and their legendary matches together.

Obviously I understand it’s difficult to fit everything into one speech and remember every single person you want to mention.

But it just would have been really nice to hear my dad’s name mentioned.”

During an interview on In the Kliq podcast, Mick talked about the 2022 Hall Of Fame ceremony.

Below are the highlights:

On Undertaker not mentioning him during his Hall Of Fame speech:

“Well, listen, I forgot to mention my wife during my (Hall Of Fame) speech, so I’m not one to lecture anybody about who they should and should not include in their speech.

I was not there in those formative years and his [speech] was more about friendship and support. We had a great rivalry, but he didn’t mention Rock or Austin, and he and Austin had some classics as well.

So if I’m not hurt, no one can be hurt on behalf of me.”

On Vader getting inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame this year:

“It meant a lot to me because I knew how much it meant to him when he was alive. He’s got a son who idolized his dad. I always thought he was the most glaring omission and now he is his rightful place.”

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (May 3, 1996) – Old School Wrestling Legend Passed Away

On this day in 1996, we lost Old School Wrestling Legend Ray “The Crippler” Stevens (Real name: Carl Ray Stevens) at the age of 60 due to a heart attack in his sleep.

Stevens wrestled for 42 years, from 1950 till 1992, working for various territories such as the AWA, the World Wrestling Federation, CWF, Jim Crockett Promotions & NWA Big Time Wrestling.

He won championships in pretty much every promotion he worked for and was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2021 as part of their annual “Legacy Wing” inductions.


September 5, 1935 – May 3, 1996

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