Mick Foley has held many guises in the WWE (and previously the WWF) but today confirmed that at present he is no longer employed by the organization.
In a statement posted to his official Facebook page the Hall-of-Fame star revealed the current situation:
"It is with mixed emotions that I announce that, as of yesterday, I am officially no longer the General Manager of Saturday Morning Slam," he wrote.
"With my Slam contract completed, I am no longer under contract to WWE, but look forward to working with them in the future."
Foley became one of the most popular wrestlers of his generation during his 90s/00s hey-day as he embodied the characters of Dude Love, Cactus Jack, and Mankind.
He became WWF Champion in 1999, defeating the Rock in a classic encounter, spent time as the organization's commissioner, and made various comebacks in the ring.
But Foley has also been involved in standup comedy in recent years, and is the author of a number of best-selling books including his first memoir 'Have a nice day'.
He had worked on Saturday Morning Slam since August 2012 but it had not been aired since May 2013 and has since been cancelled.