Meet Mick Foley's daughter, Noelle Margaret Foley
A look at Noelle Foley's life - Being Mick Foley's daughter, modelling, crush a on WWE superstar, dating a clown and much more
Mick Foley had a terrific career inside the ring. Coming into the WWF (as it was called then) after successful stints in WCW, ECW and Japan, Foley is known for the hardcore, brutal style of wrestling that he put his body through. But this article is not about Foley’s antics inside the ring. This article focuses on his family; especially Mick Foley’s daughter Noelle Margerette Foley.
Noelle Margaret Foley was born to parents Mick and Collette on 15 December, 1993. The self-anointed 'Cactus Jill' would often accompany her mother to watch Foley compete inside the squared circle.
An interesting time was when the Rock and Mick were battling it out at Royal Rumble 1999 for the WWE Championship in an ‘I Quit match’. The Rock took things a bit to far, as he slammed Foley with 10 chair shots to the head.
Foley’s family was at ringside, and Noelle was seen covering her eyes unable to digest the sight of her father taking some vicious chair shots.
Noelle became an integral part of WWE programming when she joined the rest of her family in WWE Network’s reality series ‘Holy Foley’. She had earlier made guest appearances on Monday Night RAW, Stone Cold’s Podcast and Sam Roberts’ Podcast.
Noelle’s love and knowledge for the industry of pro-wrestling radiates in the way she conducts interviews. She has been under contract with online WWE action figure distributors, Ringside Collectibles, and has conducted several interviews and figure reveals for them on their YouTube channel.
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She has also interviewed the likes of Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns, Dolph Ziggler, Kevin Nash, Kevin Owens, Finn Balor and many more WWE superstars. Many believe that this will transition into a more active role in the WWE as a backstage interviewer or presenter.
Noelle also admitted having a crush on Randy Orton growing up. Noelle is currently dating Frank Mustari, a WWE superfan who is often seen at WWE events and pay per views in a clown costume. In an interview, Noelle had recalled seeing Frank at SummerSlam 2013.
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“I just saw him from far away and was pretty much checking him out. Like, I was the creeper in this situation. I don't know. I just stopped and stared at him. Like, 'wow, he's different and weird - I like that!’
I guess his weirdness attracted me. And so, like, two or three weeks later, I saw him, like, in the front row at RAW, and I tweeted him.”
Fans of the reality show ‘Holy Foley’ will be aware of the fact that Noelle has been training to become a WWE superstar. Mick, in fact, initially denied Noelle permission to step into the ring.
But he gradually warmed to the idea of her becoming a wrestler and even helped by teaching her a few moves inside the ring.
Noelle often fancied herself as a model. Before she decided to pursue a career training to become a WWE Superstar, she wanted to become a model.
Foley, understandably, was much more approving of this idea than letting her take bumps for the foreseeable future. Noelle’s mom, Collette was herself a model before and even after having Foley’s children.
She was always of the view that Noelle should pursue a career in modelling as it would be a lot easier way of making a living by not having to go through the physical and mental toils that, many a time, threatened to break her husband back in his wrestling days.
Noelle’s Instagram profile has numerous pictures of her in professional modeling poses. She is very active on Instagram and some of her photos on the social medial website will make you wonder how someone like Mick Foley has a daughter as hot as Noelle Foley!
Noelle Foley and Randy Orton
Noelle has previously opened up on her crush over WWE Superstar Randy Orton. Back when she was a teenage kid, Orton apparently dropped his shirt backstage and Noelle pointed it out to her father who then informed Randy about what happened. Orton being the nice man he is, told Noelle to keep it.
"He's like, 'Randy, you dropped your shirt' and Randy's like, 'oh, you can have it', like pointing to me. The first thing I do is smell the shirt because that's me. And it was fruity! Randy Orton smells fruity. "I just saw him from far away and was pretty much checking him out. Like, I was the creeper in this situation. I don't know.”
Noelle Foley measurements
Height: 5 feet 9 inches Body Measurements: 35-24-36 inches
Noelle is firmly sticking to her goal of making it big in the WWE. She realises that there is cut throat competition amongst the current crop of women’s wrestlers to make it to the top of the mountain.
With some of the most talented performers such as Charlotte, Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch and Bayley in the main roster, and others like Asuka and Ember Moon waiting for their turn, it’s going to be a tough road ahead for Noelle Foley.
However, Noelle has been dedicated to her training, despite some difference of opinions within the family.
She has also made it clear in the past that she is not as athletically gifted as some of the other wrestlers on the women’s roster and that is just another reason for her to work harder.
Noelle has grown up in the shadow of her father. Mick made his name in the world of pro wrestling and became one of the most beloved superstars to ever step into the ring. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame as Noelle watched from the audience.
Naturally, he has had a big influence on her life choices and although Noelle’s career is nowhere close to Mick’s at the moment, she still has time on her hands as she is only 22. Whatever she decides to do, it is certain that the future holds great things for Noelle Foley.
Other than Noelle, Mick Foley has three other children and all boys. The first born is named Dewey Francis and he was followed by Noelle Margaret. Michael Francis (Mickey) and Hughie Francis are the other two sons of Mick Foley and both were born in the 2000s. The younger sons, Mickey and Hughie have their own YouTube channel in which they wrestle on a trampoline. In some of the videos, Mick Foley also appears.