Mick Foley Confirms He’s Been Asked To Induct Someone Into The 2023 WWE Hall Of Fame

Mick Foley is inducted into WWE Hall of Fame 2013

Mick Foley could be involved in the 2023 WWE Hall of Fame.

The Hall of Fame ceremony has become a staple of WrestleMania weekend as Superstars both past and present gather together to celebrate the legends of the industry. However, with WrestleMania less than a month away, there has been no news on who will be making up the class of 2023.

Despite this, it appears that there are plans in motion behind the scenes.

Speaking on his podcast, Foley is Pod, Mick Foley revealed that he has been asked to induct someone at the ceremony. The legend stopped short of naming who was involved, only commenting that it was someone he hadn’t heard from in years.

“I received a text message from someone I’d had no contact with in a while, years and years, asking if I would induct them into the WWE Hall of Fame. As this plays out, we will see. There’s always a chance that request will be denied, but I know this person responded back to WWE that I was in. As of this moment, I’m counting on being there at the Hall of Fame to induct this person.

I’m not going to tell you who it is, but we will all find out together or if it’s ixnayed. I’ll let you know at that juncture in time. I’ll let you know after the Hall of Fame who it was that asked me, but it was a daymaker for sure. Someone who had many different options and asked me, so I was really flattered, readily accepted, and we will see how that comes to pass, if it comes to pass.”

When Was Mick Foley Inducted Into The WWE Hall Of Fame?

Mick Foley took his own place in the WWE Hall of Fame in 2013. The Hardcore legend was inducted by long-time friend Terry Funk, alongside Bob Backlund, Trish Stratus, Booker T, and Bruno Sammartino. Donald Trump was that year’s celebrity inductee.

The veteran hasn’t wrestled since appearing in the 2012 Royal Rumble, retiring as a three-time World Champion and eleven-time World Tag Team Champion across WWE, ECW, and WCW.

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