Mrs Foley’s Baby Boy Is Back On RAW
Mick Foley made an appearance on RAW last night to the surprise of most people including his daughter Noelle. He was featured in a segment between Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins, and was basically used to put over the Hell In A Cell match, which of course he pioneered.
“I just jumped up and started screaming,” wrote Noelle Foley on Twitter. She then messaged her dad saying: “You told me you were in LA today you sneaky son of a gun!”
Mick himself also discussed his return on the social media site. “Two weeks ago, I said I no longer meant enough in WWE to be a surprise guest on RAW like The Rock. Thanks for proving me wrong!”
It’s not yet known whether Foley has a new deal or was just back for an appearance, but he has previously called the Legend’s deals poor and constrictive, so it’s probably the latter.
“There is nothing quite like the feeling of being back on RAW! Mrs Foley’s baby boy is finally…home,” concluded the WWE Hall of Famer.
Cena vs Orton Will Be Contender’s Match
Also on RAW Paul Heyman revealed that John Cena vs Randy Orton at Hell In A Cell will be a number one contender’s match for the right to face Brock Lesnar. For his trouble Orton delivered an RKO “out of nowhere” to the advocate.
This confirms that Ambrose vs Rollins won’t be the main event, despite Ambrose having the victory over Cena.
Heyman has also been added to the PPV pre-show for a special episode of MizTV.
Nickelodeon Teams Up With WWE
STAMFORD, Conn., October 21, 2014 – WWE (NYSE: WWE) and Nickelodeon today announced that WWE Slam City™, WWE’s kids property that includes an original animated short-form series, will debut tomorrow night during the NickSports programming block from 9–11 p.m. (ET) on Nicktoons. The 26-episode series is comprised of two-minute shorts featuring WWE Superstars John Cena®, Randy Orton®, Sheamus®, The Miz™, Rey Mysterio®, Kane® and Mark Henry® in a new animated world. The NickSports block airs every Wednesday from 9–11 p.m. (ET) on Nicktoons and features a rotating lineup of sports-themed content including series, specials and documentaries from leagues and key athletes, as well as acquired theatrical movies.
WWE Slam City, filmed in the next generation of stop-motion animation, features a new WWE animated character, The Finisher, who fires all of the WWE Superstars and sends them to WWE Slam City to find day jobs. With John Cena as an auto mechanic, Randy Orton as a zookeeper and Sheamus as a theater usher, these Superstars stay true to their WWE personas as they face life outside of the ring with new career challenges.
“This exciting partnership will allow us to bring WWE’s passionate fan base to the NickSports programming block while also creating new WWE fans through Nickelodeon’s massive audience,” said Michelle D. Wilson, Chief Revenue & Marketing Officer, WWE. “WWE programming reaches 3 million kids each week and we’re sure they’ll be excited to watch WWE on Nicktoons.”
“True to the spirit of the NickSports programming block, WWE Slam City offers kids and their families a fun, fresh way to experience these exciting WWE Superstars, and the series is a great complement to our diverse, and ever expanding, sports lineup,” said Keith Dawkins, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Nicktoons, TeenNick and Nick Jr.