WWE: Mick Foley Granted His Requested Release from TNA, Possible WWE Return?

"The Hardcore Legend" Mick Foley
"The Hardcore Legend" Mick Foley
Poppa Big NickCorrespondent IIIJune 5, 2011

As many of you may or may not have heard, for weeks Mick Foley has been asking Total Nonstop Action for his release due to his disagreements with story lines and promotional ideas.

Foley commented on his twitter page prior to his requested release and had this to say: "I pushed hard for changes I felt would benefit Impact Wrestling. I can understand how some would interpret that as difficult to work with."

The Hardcore Legend's contract with TNA was set to expire in September, but TNA graciously gave him what he wanted. There has been much speculation that another reason that Foley wanted his release was so that he could go back to WWE considering that when he left years ago, he left in the good graces of Vince McMahon.

The way I see it, that Anonymous RAW general manager position has been aching for a suitor as the storyline has been getting stale in my opinion, and at this point I don't see a more suitable person to take that spot.

One thing is for sure, TNA is the real loser here, especially if Foley goes back to WWE. Foley is not only a house name, but he is so versatile in what he can do, both in the ring and especially behind the camera.

So what do you guys think of not only the hardcore legend getting his requested release from TNA, but the very possible signing of Mick Foley back to WWE and perhaps filling in the RAW General Manager spot?

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