WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley is popular for hardcore and risk-taking spots. He keeps a tab of the happenings in the world of wrestling. The Hardcore Legend certainly had his eyes on last night’s edition of Monday Night Raw.
The edition saw Ricochet take on John Morrison in a Falls Count Anywhere Match, a stipulation which Foley is very well familiar with.
Mick Foley sheds praise on John Morrison and Ricochet
John Morrison and Ricochet are undoubtedly two of the most talents stars in the WWE. They have been putting on some entertaining matches for the past few weeks on Raw.
It can be understood that their involvement in matches would certainly entertain the fans. They possess unique moves and the spectacular in-ring prowess is mesmerizing to witness. This week they impressed Mick Foley with the Falls Count Anywhere Match.
Mick Foley often lets his opinion known on his Twitter handle. He recently took to his account and spoke about the match on Raw. He wrote: “HECK OF A MATCH! Some mind-boggling stuff those guys are capable of!”
Ricochet went on to appreciated Foley’s kind words and credited the Hardcore Legend for inspiring his daring approach.
He wrote: “Thank you, Mick…and thank you for inspiring me to be daring.”
You can check out the Tweets below:
Ricochet emerged victorious against John Morrison on Raw
Ricochet got the pin fall victory. The final moments in the match saw Ricochet put John Morrison through the ladder with a big splash. It was Morrison who set up the ladder as a bridge between the ring and announcers table, but Ricochet jumped over the ladder and hit a crossbody from the apron.
Both Ricochet and Morrison are set to compete in the Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match this Sunday at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas. They both seem to be determine to win the ladder match that will earn them an opportunity to cash-in the contract for a WWE Championship match or the WWE Universal Championship match.
The two high fliers will be going up against the likes of Riddle, Big E, Drew McIntrye, Kevin Owens, Shinsuke Nakamaura and Seth Rollins.