Arda Ocal sent this in.
Part 3 of the interview conducted by Arda Ocal (@arda_ocal) of the Score Television Network with Mick Foley (@RealMickFoley) has been released. In this part here is what is discussed:
His thoughts on the crowd reactions recently on John Cena today, and his thoughts on the notion by some in the WWE Universe that Cena needs to “turn heel”:
“Theres one part of me that would like to see him really turn, and turn it on. But I think the moment he did that, the people who hated him would start to hate him less, and he would also lose the very very real love that part of the audience has for him. So I dont know. I dont know what’s going to happen, but I think it makes for a great television show”
On the segement he did when he returned to RAW ” This is your life”, why it was intentionally terrible:
“I didn’t know it was gonna be that bad ( laughs). I am proud of it. I watched it back, and I can understand people go ” how can you come back after 3 and a half years and do that” .
Who impresses Mick on the WWE roster today and who he would love the opportunity to work with:
WWE has a great crew of younger wrestlers who are hitting there stride, almost simultaneously. Im not talking about Punk, cause he’s way up there, im talking about other guys like Dolph Ziggler and The Miz. I know The Miz main evented WrestleMania 27, but I think hes still a guy who is continuing to get better. Wade Barrett is now re-emerged. So theres a bunch of guys there that are really appealing characters”
How did the “World’s Most Polite Wrestler” originally emerge as Cactus Jack, one of the most ruthless characters in the history of pro wrestling:
” There was a time where I was living close to the zone. I was fustrated in life and my position in wrestling. I was able to take some of those negatives (and project them into Cactus Jack). I have learned that Twitter is not the place to take out that anger. I do get angry every once and a while”
To watch part 3 of the interview, click on this link: http://blogs.thescore.com/wwe/2011/12/09/my-interview-with-mick-foley-part-3/