Mick Foley Believes The WWE 24/7 Championship Will Catch On

WWE Hall Of Famer, Mick Foley recently spoke with Busted Open Radio about his recent WWE Raw appearance and the WWE 24/7 Championship.

Foley spoke about the design of the title, remembering people’s reactions to the Universal Title:

“The title design was the least of the issues. Look…no matter what you pull out…I was there with Stephanie ringside when we unveiled the Universal Title. So no matter what you pull out of there, unless it was that old hardcore title is gonna be met with some disinterest. It’s still kind of frustrating, not just frustrating but kind of terrifying when you realize they’re not buying what you’re selling.”

Foley also discussed why he agreed to come to Raw, what he would have changed and the fact that he believes the title will catch on eventually:

“I look back…I would have changed so many things. I wouldn’t have come out with a real serious intent when it’s going to be a humorous belt. But I will say…I get to pick and choose what I do…I could have declined, sometimes I do decline things because I want to make an impact when I come back. I do believe…I do believe it’s going to catch on.”

H/T to Rajah.com for the transcription.

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Mick Foley Critical Of His Own Promo On WWE Raw

WWE Hall Of Famer, Mick Foley returned to WWE last night to unveil the new 24/7 Championship, but the Hardcore Legend has been critical of his own performance.

Foley responded to a Tweet by former WWE Superstar, Elijah Burke, who was questioning why the fans booed when Foley unveiled the new championship and admitted he wasn’t happy with what he did.

Mick Foley admitted that he thinks the fan reaction was due to the fact many people were hoping to see the return of the Hardcore Championship, but he went on to state that he believed he personally came up short during the segment.

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