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Mick Foley takes a Penisplex from Joey Ryan, Jim Cornette reacts (video)

Joey Ryan is an indie wrestler who has made a certain move famous where his opponent grabs his man parts. The thing about Joey’s crotch is that it is so powerful he can use it to flip his opponents. He calls this movie his “Penisplex” and it’s a very popular move indeed.

Mick Foley recently ran an angle where he had control at an OTT Wrestling show in Dublin Ireland. While performing his duties, Mick Foley had an encounter with Ryan and suffered the devastation of a Penisplex.

There were several other people taking the bump along with Foley, but the WWE Hall Of Famer might have been taking his first real bump since having hip surgery so it’s pretty notable. It’s also kind of important due to all the backlash he’s received for this spot.

You can check out the clip below and then the response that’s followed so far.

‪Joey Ryan uses his penis to block Mr. Socko and flip Mick Foley at OTT in Dublin, Ireland. ‬

Posted by Joey Ryan on Saturday, August 5, 2017

Mick Foley tweeted out saying he saw a ton of smiling faces and that seems to be all that matters to The Mickster.

Jim Cornette has been very outspoken in the past about his disdain for Joey Ryan’s signature move. The should-be WWE Hall Of Famer tweeted out in agony due to seeing this spot. We knew as soon as Jim Cornette saw this spot take place that he’d have a conniption.

Some people were pretty agitated to see Mick Foley take this kind of bump. Wrestling traditionalists are not too happy about the Penisplex’s popularity, to say the least.

Some tweets went as follows:

“Agreed. Mick just seems like a nice guy, probably tough for him to say no. Or maybe he likes Ryan. Hard to tell, but I’m not loving it.”

“This is the 1st time I’ve seen this stupid sh-t and @TheJimCornette is 100% correct…its no wonder ppl don’t enjoy pro wrestling anymore.”

Jim Cornette decided to let his opinion known once more regarding this spot and answered to some of the questions regarding his opinion. In the end, he said he’s sorry to Mick, but it didn’t help the fact he hated seeing it go down.

One fan tried to reason with Corney by saying: “Meanwhile 2,200 people in the National Stadium, and almost all of the OTT locker room were watching this and having a great time.”

But unfortunately, you still can’t convince Jim Cornette this spot was a good idea at all.


  • jedi

    My argument with you was that you said “the majority of his career” & yes it was a different era but he was NOT comedic the majority of his career just about the last 4-6years of it tops. Of course his wwe career is what people remeber most its what 90% of the people who ever watched his ever saw.
    It reminds me of Jack Galaher on ride along saying when he started watching wrestling & hbk was the commissioner thinking wow for some reason people really respect this commissioner lol.

  • MrDr3w

    WCW, ECW, and Japan are essentially irrelevant as that was a vastly different era and time of wrestling. Foley had spent a great deal of his career in these leagues, yes, but name me five iconic things he has done in those three leagues. Now name me five iconic things he’s done in WWF/E. His career (at least the part that people remember the most) essentially began in WWF/E. But I digress.

    Foley is known as one of the most charismatic characters, and one of the greatest storytellers in professional wrestling history. If he’s giving his personal endorsement to someone, I’m all for it. Plus, the crowd seemed to love it. However, even if a select few didn’t like it, they’re still talking about it, and in the wrestling world, that is the true barometer for a successful spot.

  • jedi

    No see not the majority of his career buddy more like the last 6 years in wwe but in wcw ecw & Japan he sure was not anything comedic, nothing about Mankind when he first came in was comedic also it was down right disturbing. But yes as soon as he left Mankind for dude love or Mick it was all comedy sadly.

  • MrDr3w

    You seem to forget that Mick was basically a comedic character for the majority of his career.

  • Omar

    I dont see this as a big deal at all. In my view this “move” in clearly done in jest and is exactly the same as Santino’s Cobra, Scotty’s WORM and even start of Mr.Socko, which were all highlighted on WWE TV and PPVs, even on main event matches.

  • jgdjgdklj

    Pretty big embarrassment to pro wrestling here.. wow. WTF Mick? This is the dumbest thing..

  • jedi

    I may have to kill myself but I agree………just because most people laugh at a fast don’t make it comedy. Idiocracy come closer every day!

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