WWE Hall of Famer wants WWE to push Adam Rose
Former WWE superstar and Hall of Famer, Mick Foley, took his thoughts to social media and in a post on Facebook stated how WWE should be focusing on pushing Adam Rose especially after his portrayal in the ESPN E:60 documentary special. He wrote the following:
“I loved the gimmick; I even offered to sign my legend’s contract if they let me and my kids make a cameo as pert of the “Exotic Express”. I assumed, like any WWE NXT call-up with some years to his/her credit, that the guy had worked hard and overcome obstacles to get his shot. But until watching ESPN e60 “Behind the Curtain” documentary, I had no idea just how hard Rose had worked, just how many obstacles he had overcome – in both wrestling and in life.
“Within minutes, I found myself rooting for Adam Rose – WWE Universe as not just a wrestler, but as a person – as a husband and father trying to make a difference in not only the world of wrestling, but in the game of life. I just learned that the Rose character was influenced by Dude Love, and that his previous Leo Kruger character was influenced by Mankind. Maybe Mr McMahon can take a page out his 1997 playbook, and afford Adam Rose’s real-life story the type of attention he afforded my own.
“For me, it was a game-changer. I think a similar setting could produce similar results for Rose, and WWE. I strongly urge the powers-that-be to do not only what’s best for Adam Rose, but what’s best for business.“