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WWE Hall Of Famer Explains Why Mick Foley Couldn’t Be WCW Champion

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Mick Foley’s tenure in Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling as Cactus Jack was a defining chapter in his wrestling career.

From 1990 to 1994, Cactus Jack brought a unique, hardcore style to WCW, captivating fans with his fearless, chaotic brawls. His memorable feuds and brutal matches set the stage for his legendary career in the World Wrestling Federation. Cactus Jack’s time in WCW was a crucible that forged a wrestling icon.

On a recent episode of his weekly ‘The ArnShow’ podcast, WWE Hall Of Famer Arn Anderson explained why Cactus Jack couldn’t become WCW World Heavyweight Champion during his time with the company.

Here’s what The Enforcer said about Mick Foley in WCW:

“I’ll just say this about Cactus, I’ve given him credit and I’ll give him credit again. Every time he went to the ring, he gave you 200% and just served his body up for execution. There’s no other way to put it. He did everything humanly possible to kill himself.”

Double A then spoke about whether Foley had in him to become a World Champion back then:

“I don’t think so. He was better just being this monster that you could beat all to hell, and just couldn’t get him to stay down. Your champion had to be someone that would draw kids and girls, sell merchandise, and all those things. That was his job description. Jack had a whole different job description.”

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