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Who Might Be The Next Mick Foley?, AJ Lee Done with Big E Langston, House of Hardcore
By Marc Middleton
Sep 15, 2013 - 9:13:57 AM

- Tara and Stevie Richards vs. Rosita and Carlito has been added to Tommy Dreamer's House of Hardcore event on November 9th from Poughkeepsie, New York. The main event that night will be Dreamer and Terry Funk vs. Sean Waltman and Lance Storm.

- WWE Divas Champion AJ Lee joked on Twitter that she has fired Big E Langston from working alongside her. It's been several weeks since the two appeared on WWE TV together. As noted before, Big E has been rumored for a babyface turn.

- At Mick Foley's comedy show in Boston over the weekend, he was asked if there are any current stars who he thought might be the next Mick Foley. At first he didn't answer but later said he thought Dean Ambrose or Bray Wyatt would be the next Foley.

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Partial source: F4Wonline.com

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