Mick Foley's son is out of WWE

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Mick Foley's son is out of WWE

Dewey Foley, son of WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley, has apparently left WWE. The boy joined WWE in 2015 and in early 2016 joined the company's creative team, first as a writing assistant, working up to being a writer on one of WWE's many shows.

Foley worked as the lead writer of the Cruiserweight division focusing on the 205 Live show, with Adam Pearce also calling him a driving force behind the show. 205 Live was canceled in early 2022 with the show's final episode airing on February 11.

It was replaced by NXT LVL UP a week later. Now PWinsider's Mike Johnson has reported that this farewell to the Stamford-based company didn't come too long after 205 Live's cancellation. So at that point Dewey Foley chose to leave WWE by leaving in April of this year, understandably since he probably spent a lot of time on the product that no longer exists.

The boy also tweeted when the show was canceled: "It's the end of an era."

Mick Foley is a WWE Hall of Famer

Dewey, son of WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley, has reportedly left the company. He was a part of the creative team.

Earlier this month, in his latest online speech, with the launch of his personal Foley is Pod, the WWE Hall of Famer wanted to talk about a possible return to the ring of the McMahon company, with the Hardcore Legend saying: "I'll go to destroy some news here.

I won't be back on TV with WWE before I drop below 135kg because I feel I let Vince down. Even if he had to call me himself to say, 'Mick we'd like to have you back', because I've already said no a couple of times, on a couple of occasions.

I went back for Undertaker, but I have put on a lot of weight since, too much, because... I take it as my responsibility to keep all the eating places near me during the pandemic, very seriously!" When asked by NBC Sports about what some of his favourite moments backstage as General Manager of Raw were, Mick Foley praised The Bar for being a joy to work with.

"I tried to bring a certain element of fear to the way I handled Braun Strowman. I had a major talk with him about the importance of throwing things backstage," he said laughing. "I told him about a legendary basketball game between the Philadelphia 76ers and the Portland Trail Blazers in 1977, when Darryl Dawkins was ejected.

I never saw the dressing room after he was done with it, but I heard about it and it was legendary in my mind and I said to him that he had a chance to be Darryl Dawkins after that game."