Mick Foley Daughter Lets It Hang Out In Birthday Video

Noelle Foley, daughter of WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley recently took to her Instagram account and posted a video clip. She revealed that she had recorded the clip on her birthday but forgot to post it on social media. She was seen wearing a lavender-colored revealing dress showing a birthday cake to the camera.



“ACTUALLY IT IS MY BIRTHDAY 🥳🎂 Well technically it was the 15th, but I forgot to post about it 🤷🏼‍♀️😆”

Meanwhile, her father, Mick Foley recently talked about autism, something he has been advocating for years.

During her time in AEW, Brandi Rhodes also made moves to help the neurodivergent community when she brokered a partnership between All Elite Wrestling and KultureCity, a partnership Mick Foley helped bring about with a single text message.

According to KultureCity’s website, the group aims to help those with sensory sensitivities to enjoy activities such as wrestling shows that might be too overwhelming without accommodations. AEW’s partnership with the organization involves providing kits that include items such as headphones and fidget toys to help make wrestling shows more inclusive and accessible.

Speaking to Brandi Rhodes on her 2 Lies and 1 Truth podcast, Mick Foley spoke about how he aided in connecting Brandi with KultureCity, leading to an AEW partnership that remains in full swing despite Brandi having exited the company back in February.

“It was so easy. It was Julian Maha, who had founded a group, KultureCity, to help people living on the spectrum, or who might suffer from other disorders basically reach their fullest potential and life. Julian wanted to make wrestling venues safer.”

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
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