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Mick Foley talks about his daughter entering Pro Wrestling

Source: The MonitorAs noted, Mick Foley will be taking his one-man shows to Texas this Saturday through Wednesday with shows in McAllen, San Antonio, Addison, Houston and Austin

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News 10 Jan 2015, 05:43 IST
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Mick Foley will be taking his one-man shows to Texas this Saturday through Wednesday with shows in McAllen, San Antonio, Addison, Houston and Austin. You can get more information on his official site by clicking here. The Monitor in McAllen interviewed Foley about Saturday's show, below are some highlights:

His comedy shows:

"It's not a traditional stand-up comedy show; it's more like a one-man show, a spoken word show where I use stories from throughout my career to entertain people. It's just me in a rental car. Most of them will make the audience laugh, but the stories don't have to be funny. I'm not going on any kind of 'laugh per minute' ratio like other comics may have."

His daughter Noelle training to become a wrestler:

"Well, I'm a concerned dad, you know, and I don't want her to go through some of the things I did because it'll mark you physically and emotionally. But I want to be supportive. I want to support anything she does and the best way to ensure having a falling out with your family, is trying to force your will on other grown adults."

How difficult it is to be an independent wrestler:

"Well, I'll give you an example as far as how I do my shows. If you're an independent wrestler, your 100 percent responsible. Eh, that's not even true because at least you have a promoter for every show. But, you have to endear yourself to a new audience every night, an audience that by and large is not familiar with you.

“So being an independent wrestler is a tough road to travel. In doing these shows on my own, this is a much different experience than traveling with WWE because with WWE there'd be 30 wrestlers on a card and 30 people who ultimately are partially responsible for the feeling you have at the end of the night. When I do my shows, it's me. If you have a great time it's probably because I did a great job. If you didn't have a great time it's probably because I didn't do my job well enough. I like the pressure, I do."

Foley also discussed his comedy show, what he took away from his Santa Claus documentary, injuries, advice for aspiring wrestlers and more. You can read the full interview by clicking here.

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