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WWE News: Mick Foley Possible Addition to 12-Man Tag Match?

Aakash VasaCorrespondent IIOctober 6, 2016

Mick Foley has been absent from WWE TV since his appearance in the Royal Rumble. But rumors are surfacing that he may be a part of WrestleMania as well.

From PWInsider.com:

Mick Foley and The Miz were going back and forth at each other via Twitter after Foley teased the idea of joining Teddy Long's team at Wrestlemania after joking he was preparing to sit next to Miz and watch this year's Wrestlemania backstage.

Miz responded, "Hey @realMickFoley quit trying to make yourself relevant again. Unlike u I don't settle I make things happen."

Foley responded, "Yes, @MikeTheMiz you ARE awesome...as a character in my new children's book, in which The Miz learns a valuable holiday lesson from @CMPunk"

Over the weekend, the word making the rounds was that Miz may replace Alberto Del Rio in John Laurinaitis' team, so Foley could conceivably end up the sixth member of Team Long as well.

 


The Miz really deserves a spot at WrestleMania. But adding Foley to the mix would be a disaster of epic proportions. His participation would remain limited, owing to the fact that it is a 12-man tag match, but a returning Rey Mysterio is a better option for Team Teddy. 

Besides, Alberto Del Rio would seem like a random addition. Miz would be a far better choice to fill the sixth spot as he has been relevant, and even involved in the storyline.

So, Bleachers, who do you think should fill the final spots on both Team Johnny and Team Teddy? 

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