WWE.com Reviews Mick Foley at UCBTNY
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Mick Foley leaves NYC in stitches after Survivor Series</a></b></font><br>
By: Bobby Melok
<P>NEW YORK - After 17,000-plus cleared out of Madison Square Garden following Sunday nightâ€™s Survivor Series, a select portion of the WWE Universe headed a few blocks south of The Worldâ€™s Most Famous Arena to the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre to have a few laughs before the night ended.
<P>However, the headliner at the club for this intimate midnight show was no ordinary comedian. On this night, the top-billed performer was former three-time WWE Champion Mick Foley. The Hardcore Legend had the crowd in stitches after John Cena and The Rock electrified them shortly before.
<P>â€œThe Rock, he was getting the adulation of 17,000,â€ Foley jokingly said afterward. â€œI didnâ€™t think it was too much to ask that I get 1/100th of that type of adulation here at the theatre.â€
<P>The show came about after Foley met UCBW, a comedy troupe that parodies the colorful world of sports-entertainment. With the 25th anniversary of Survivor Series blocks away, it was the perfect opportunity to try out a post-pay-per-view comedy show.
<P>Though he was excited for his performance, the events happening just north of the UCB Theatre caused Foley to reflect on his career for a brief moment. The Great Oneâ€™s return to the ring meant one of The Hardcore Legendâ€™s fondest moments didnâ€™t hold as much meaning anymore.
<P>â€œA little part of me was sad because up until tonight, [The Rockâ€™s] last match ever was with me, in The Garden, seven years ago,â€ Foley recalled. â€œNow itâ€™s not.â€
<P>Even after Foley was on the receiving end of a Rock Bottom from his former tag team partner during his surprise return to WWE on RAW GETS ROCKED, The Hardcore Legend has no ill will toward The Peopleâ€™s Champion. Looking back, heâ€™s a little glad The Brahma Bull put an end to John Cenaâ€™s â€œThis Is Your Life!â€
<P>â€œI had four or five more guests lined up. It was just dying a loud, painful death and The Rock came out and put it out of its misery,â€ he joked.