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WWF Legend Is Having Doubts About Returning For One Final Match

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WWF Legend Mick Foley is contemplating whether to have one final match, but the decision remains uncertain.

In a recent update, the 58-year-old wrestling icon shared his thoughts during a live autograph signing event for Highspots.

Foley initially floated the idea of a final death match to commemorate his 60th birthday, aiming to shed 100 pounds as part of his preparation. Notably, he emphasized that the match would not be under the WWE banner.

Despite feeling physically better and noticing improvements in his mobility, Foley admitted that his weight loss progress has been slower than anticipated.

He acknowledged that the decision on whether to proceed with the match or not hinges on his progress by the beginning of 2025.

Here’s what the former WWF Champion said:

“Yeah, but I’d have to lose an extraordinary amount of weight – and it’s not falling off like I hoped it would. So I’m going to have to reexamine where I am at a certain point.

It’s not about the money. I want to have a fun match, but I am having trouble. I’ve been working out, I feel better, moving better, but it’s not showing up as of yet on the scale.

So I’m not sure. I’ll have an answer by the beginning of the year.”

Previously, Foley had mentioned wrestlers like Jon Moxley (Dean Ambrose) and Matt Cardona (Zack Ryder) as potential opponents for the proposed death match. However, he noted during the autograph signing that there are numerous options to consider for his final opponent.

Foley’s last match took place over 12 years ago, when he competed in the 2012 Royal Rumble match.

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