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Mick Foley says that fired WWE Superstar was “money”

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WWE Hall of Famer and Hardcore legend Mick Foley recently discussed the slew of WWE Superstars that have been released over the past few months.

One of the names that Foley described as “money” was Top Dolla, and not just because of his in-ring name as part of the Hit Row stable.

‘I’ll throw a name out, AJ Francis. To me, AJ was money,’ Foley began during an interview with The Wrestling Inc. Daily. ‘Big powerful guy, a wealth of charisma, he’s got a rap album out.

“I asked AJ if WWE took issue with some of the lyrics. AJ has got some strong opinions, he’s a proud black man he makes that case known with his lyrics” Foley continued.

“I think it’s a great album, he has an incredible knack for putting words together, great promo guy. He said, ’˜I don’t even think they know I have an album'” Foley concluded.

Mick Foley on Top Dolla

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