WWEDVDNews.com revealed that WWE’s upcoming DVD/Blu-Ray project of Mick Foley will be titled, “For All Mankind: The Life & Career of Mick Foley” and will be released on April 16, 2013. Here is the official synopsis.
Mick Foley broke into sports-entertainment in 1983, shortly after a fateful trip to see his idol Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka inspired him to pursue his dream. Now- 30 years, 3 personas, 3 WWE Championships, multiple New York Times best sellers and countless bumps and cheap pops later, WWE brings his comprehensive story to home entertainment for the first time ever! Friends, family, peers and the Hardcore Legend himself detail his story from being Mrs. Foley’s baby boy in Long Island, New York to becoming an international Superstar, philanthropist and author. Get inside commentary on his brutal matches in ECW and Japan, struggles in WCW, his notorious Hell in a Cell matches, and the fascinating evolution in WWE as Cactus Jack, Mankind, Dude Love, and all the unparalleled success in between. Plus, take home bonus matches and moments spanning his entire career.
The “For All Mankind” set will include many Foley’s best matches, including an exclusive documentary featuring interviews with Mick Foley, Terry Funk, Paul Heyman, Sheamus, Shane Douglas, Joey Styles, Jim Ross, Dee Snider of the 1980’s metal band Twisted Sister, Vader and Foley’s trainer, Dominic Denucci.
An exclusive version of the DVD and Blu-ray will be packaged with a Mr. Socko puppet.
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