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Mick Foley will come watch wrestling at your house for Ashley Massaro donations



“Foley is good!” Long live that mantra.

While we all love Mick Foley for various reasons, be it his death defying in ring capers or his library of best selling books, the truest reason to ever scream that statement to the sky is his unparalleled kindness and love for the business and the people he has crossed paths with in it.

In honor of his late friend Ashley Massaro, Mick Foley vows to help “The Squared Circle Sisters Fund” amass their goal of $100,000 that will be put into a New York State 529 College Plan for Massaro’s daughter, Alexa. At current press time, the total has amassed nearly $52,000 in donations.

Foley stated in an interview with TMZ on Tuesday that he vows to travel anywhere in the United States or Canada for a $5,000 donation and anywhere overseas for $10,000. For those donations you get a few hours with the hardcore legend, doing whatever you wish.

“We can do whatever you want. I can do your yard work if you like.” Foley states in the TMZ video.

Ashley Massaro passed away just weeks ago in an apparent suicide and since her tragic passing her friends and former wrestling colleagues have amassed a little over half of their goal to aid in her surviving daughter’s continued education.

“Ashley was a really good friend and somebody I thought the world of…I wish I had been there a little bit more for her when she was having trouble…I’m trying to make up for that by being someone they can count on.” Foley said.

You can donate to the Squared Circle Sister’s Fund at the link below:

You can also help by donating small amounts or from June 7-10 @OneHourTees / @PWTees in partnership with Mick Foley will be offering special edition Cactus Jack shirts with all of the proceeds going to the Squared Circle Sister’s Fund. You can follow @RealMickFoley on Twitter for more information.

For more stories and articles or to talk wrestling be sure you follow me @NicholasGrooms on Twitter or @OfficialNicholasGrooms on Instagram.

Nicholas Grooms is an accomplished writer, journalist and hip hop artist with many writing credits to his name. He is best know for his work creating songs for the Kansas City Chiefs football organization and is author of the book "Me, Myself & I Hate You: Stories of Adventure, Lust & Shi**y Paychecks". He regularly writes for FightBoothPW, SteelChair Magazine, Vulturehound Magazine and freelances elsewhere. He is also host of the "Nick is Pissed!" podcast which is based on his misadventures in life. You can find him @NicholasGrooms on Twitter or @officialnicholasgrooms on Instagram.

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