Mick Foley

Mick Foley is a three-time WWE champion, universally known as “The Hardcore Legend” for his ability to absorb seemingly inhuman punishment in his quest to entertain audiences around the globe. Many wrestling fans consider his iconic 1998 “Hell in a Cell” match with The Undertaker to be among the greatest matches in WWE history.

With retirement looming in 1999, Foley shocked the world when his self-penned autobiography “Have a Nice Day” hit number 1 on the New York Times best-seller list. His 2001 follow-up “Foley is Good” hit the prestigious number 1 spot on The New York Times list as well, cementing Foley’s legacy as professional wrestling’s preeminent storyteller. Three other Foley books have landed on the list as well, and his next offering, “Saint Mick”, a memoir about his lifelong fascination with Christmas will be released in October, 2017.

The Hardcore Legend comes to Eternal Con fresh off a successful run as General Manager of “Monday Night Raw”.