WWE Legend Mick Foley recently commented on his match with WWE Hall of Famer, Sting. Sting is one of the all-time greats and was the face of WCW for a very long time. He had memorable matches with the very best WCW wrestlers.
He made his official WWE debut in WWE a few years ago but could never reach the top of WWE. His career was cut short due to a horrific neck injury that he suffered after Seth Rollins botched the Buckle Bomb move. Foley appears on WWE Break It Down Features.
It is a WWE Network exclusive and is available on demand. A clip of that show was recently released, where he spoke about Sting.
Mick Foley on his Match Against Sting
"I loved wrestling Sting, we gelled very well together," Foley said.
"We had good chemistry inside the ring, and he trusted some of my crazy ideas. That was a big plus for me." He did not mention his match against Sting at Impact Wrestling, which was also a very brutal match. Foley stated that his match with Sting in 1992 was a perfect match.
"I did know right away that it was a special match," Foley recalled. "Yeah, you do know when something is going well, you do have a definite feeling when you've accomplished something special. And sometimes when things didn't go well those drives could just seem to last forever, and this one seemed to go by in a blink of an eye.
I was just treasuring — this crazy thing — that's one of the things I missed when I left wrestling was that feeling when everything just seems perfect and you just want to relive it. "There's some night you can't get to sleep because you're reliving that match in your mind.
That was the case where I had a six or seven hour car ride, and I just thought about that match over, and over, again. At that time, I thought it was the perfect match for me." Mick Foley will forever be remembered as the man who could take unbelievable risks in order to entertain the fans.
He was thrown off the top of Hell in a Cell by The Undertaker twice in his career. He could also compete in most hardcore matches with no problem at all. He is known for playing around with barbed wired bats in the ring during hardcore matches.