WWE Hardcore Legend and four-time World Champion Mick Foley has gotten his fans talking once again after a Q-and-A session on Twitter.
First, one fan asked Foley why he thought WWE had scrapped the Anonymous General Manager angle without resolution.
Foley's response was: "I think the GM role was temporarily scrapped when Triple H returned. But the anonymous GM will get a HUGE pop some day!"
This led to many fans asking if the former WWE Champion was the GM, although these questions remained unanswered.
Another fan would ask if he could see himself having one final confrontation with The Undertaker. The answer came in the form of a possibly sarcastic remark. "Not likely, but I'm going to drop 50 lbs just in case I get the call."
Finally, someone asked who Foley felt he could have a great match with in WWE.
Realistically, Foley replied: "Not sure I can have a GREAT match with anyone, anymore, @lennylynk90 . But I think I could have a GOOD last match with several guys in @WWE".
Having read Foley's first autobiography, Have a Nice Day, I know that he has always been realistic about his wrestling ability.
Since 2000, he has felt that his days of having great matches are behind him. Yet this shows he has a glimmer of hope of closing off his storied career with one final decent conflict.
The problem is that Foley, since leaving TNA, has come over as slightly desperate to get back into WWE. I hope he doesn't think that his TNA career went south due to poor management as opposed to being a guy that maybe should have hung up his boots years ago.
WWE does not seem to be in a rush to contract him, even to a minor role.
Regardless, with The Rock and Steve Austin currently making their way into special guest roles, it is not impossible to see Mick Foley or one of his personalities back in WWE for one last feud.
Popular opinion seems to be that with The Undertaker's last days imminent and how restricted his injuries have made him, Foley could be the perfect foil for a match at WrestleMania.
I would argue though that, with The Rock wrestling at the event and Steve Austin being rumored to make an appearance, WWE is treading on eggshells.
There are plenty of capable wrestlers already on their rosters that would kill for a match at Mania, but seeing older stars jump the queue might upset the balance.
For now, though, it is rumor. But it may be worth watching Foley's activities in the future.