The WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2013
Mick Foley lays an elbow drop on Chris Jericho and CM Punk makes the three count at the 2013 WWE Hall of Fame Ceremony
Cactus Jack - IWA Japan King of the DeathMatch [8/20/1995]
Bloody Cactus Jack IS professional wrestling.
For All Mankind: The Life and Career of Mick Foley Cover Revealed
The books! Those boots!! That sock!!!
Great cover — this DVD and Blu-Ray Set will be available in stores on April 16th.
Mankind Signs a Fan’s Sign - WOW Magazine #4 [August 1999]
I don’t know what I like about this photo more — the crudely drawn sign that Mick Foley is signing or the fact that Mama Foley’s baby boy is wearing a WWF necktie that features himself on it.
Since we just posted up that WCW Slam Jam advert, might as well play some “Mr. Bang Bang” for everyone. It’s a perfect tune that’s sure to brighten your day.
Cactus Jack vs Toshiaki Kawada - HUSTLE III [8/5/2004]
The fun thing about this match-up is that Mick Foley wasn’t the original person scheduled for this match-up. In fact, he was a substitute for Bill Goldberg who was to set-up to face Kawada but pulled out due to being injured.
Lord knows what kind of awesomeness would have happened with a Kawada vs Goldberg match!
Santa Claus Grants Hornswoggle the Ability to Speak - WWE SmackDown [11/29/2011]
When we were discussing how goofy wrestling is on the KGBcast, Kayfabe brought this up and described this entire segment to us. I’d never seen it, I never even heard of it, but it’s exactly how dumb you would expect it to be.
Official WWE Topps Trading Cards 
A look at the six random cards I got from a packet I bought on a whim at Target. I’m not a card collector by any means but seeing how each card’s writeup begins with the phrase “from the pen of Mick Foley” might make me want to hunt down some more:
“Does anyone hold a cup of coffee like David Otunga? I know mine is not a popular opinion, but I am a big-time David Otunga fan. From ultra-serious bodybuilding poses not seen since the days of Superstar Billy Graham, to the bow tie and that ubiquitous, gigantic coffee mug, Otunga seems to have all the pieces that make up a WWE Superstar’s puzzle.
He was also a huge asset in helping me raise $60,000 for RAINN — the ‘cup of coffee with David Otunga’ was just what my fundraiser needed.”