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Foley has been an outspoken champion of women’s wrestling over the years and had been very vocal before taking on his current onscreen role. While there’s nothing all that terrible in the exchange, it does make Foley look somewhat bad in that he doesn’t seem to be incredibly interested in some of the talent on the roster he’s supposed to be in charge of. It should be noted that the matches and promo that the fan suggests Foley watch took place before he became General Manager.
Overall, this really isn’t a big story but it’s not something you see everyday. The fan in question certainly seems to be trying to get some publicity for herself, which isn’t the sort of thing WWE (or any company for that matter) smiles upon. Foley leaving Twitter for a time and not direct messaging with fans anymore probably isn’t necessary but it’s a good idea, at least for the time being.
Do you think there’s anything horrible here? Does Foley come off looking bad as a result of this interaction? Let us know in the comments below.