Aren't you supposed to give credit to the site you copied and pasted that from?An interview with TNA wrestler Mick Foley will be airing on TSN's "Off the Record" next week where Foley says he believes he's suffered permanent brain damage from his wrestling career.
On Friday's episode of OTR in Canada, host Michael Landsberg previewed the recorded interview with Foley and noted Foley's belief that he has brain damage.
Foley said on his Twitter page today that the interview recorded while on a book tour in Canada is "intense at times, funny at times - def(initely) worth watching."
(Thanks to Adam LeBow for the news tip.)
Caldwell's Analysis: It appears Foley will be talking concussions and resulting brain damage from the very physical and often-times brutal style he wrestled during his career. It's a very serious topic, which is why the end of Thursday's TNA "Reaction" show was so bothersome with the "old wrestler mentality" promoted, even if from heels, without a babyface positioned to defend or rebut those arguments. It's like having a character defend an indefensible issue. There are just certain things that cannot be argued for, even by a heel. It's too important and too serious of an issue to not be handled correctly if it's going to be incorporated into a storyline.
I am not surprised, Foley has done some crazy shit in his career!!
Ooops sorry forgot to put in the source.Aren't you supposed to give credit to the site you copied and pasted that from?
You're either a total douchebag or just really stupid. Mick probably woke up one morning and felt weird, then he probably started forgetting stuff and getting severe headaches, I really hope he does not get any worse.He believes? How does he believe? does he feel stupider than before? If I were him I would be having a catscan to find out for sure