WWE Hall Of Famer Mick Foley recently spoke with the folks from The Cornwall Seeker for an interview. Featured below are some of the highlights.
On making the transition to the second version of his Mankind character in WWE: "Mankind made a transition from a very dark character to a much lighter-hearted character. I enjoyed that lighter-hearted Mankind."
On looking back at his title wins and headlining big WWE pay-per-view events: "I was filling in temporarily for the biggest stars. I never lead the company."
On the infamous "Montreal Screwjob": "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."
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."
Check out the complete Mick Foley interview at TheSeeker.ca.