Thursday, May 03, 2007

Biting The Hand That Feeds

Talk about being ungrateful. In early 2000, Mick Foley transformed Triple H from a main-eventer and three-time World Heavyweight Champion that was struggling to gain acceptance from the crowd as a credible champion into a legend almost overnight. Foley's act may have got stale, but he can still connect with the fans at the box office. Foley deserves some respect from Triple H and McMoron's real-life son-in-law should get down and his hands and knees and thank his lucky stars that Foley is such an unselfish man who was willing to humiliate himself for the betterment of both Triple H and the professional wrestling industry as a whole.

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