During an interview with Metro UK's Alistair McGeorge, Mick Foley discussed the career path of Windham Rotunda, formerly known as Bray Wyatt.
“Oh, wherever he decides to go will benefit from him being there. And that’s great to know. When somebody has success and an amazing pop and reaction, like Ruby Soho, it just shows you.”
Foley spoke about how getting released from WWE isn't as bad as it used to be.
“Because [thinking of] mental health, you get that call from WWE that your time is up, that used to be seen as a death knell on a career. And now people are like, ‘Hey I get to go somewhere else and ply my craft’. I like the idea that there are other places available.”
“It’s a strong point for the business itself. There should be other places for people to go,’ he added. ‘I detested the idea that when Bill Watts was talking about it being a buyers market because I didn’t like the idea we were seen as a bunch of commodities. But if that’s what we are, then it’s certainly a seller’s market now because there are places to go, and different styles to do. If someone’s happy in Japan, they don’t necessarily need to take that contract.”
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