One of the biggest legends in WWE history has been discussing the ramifications this Sunday's Survivor Series PPV.
WWE and hardcore legend Mick Foley was discussing what could happen if Team Authority loses this Sunday's 5-on-5 traditional Survivor Series match.
If Team Authority loses they will officially be out of power and the future direction of WWE will be up in the air.
Many have proposed Foley for the role and he is the stand out candidate in many fans opinions.
Foley who was speaking to promote his new movie, was asked about the possibly soon to be open General Manager spot and showed a lot of enthusiasm.
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Foley does have knowledge of what the company needs having spent many years as the commissioner of the WWE.
"I think their needs to be a balance of power. I think on screen the Authority has had too much power for too long and it’s been a little heel heavy." - Foley on The Authority losing their power
Despite knowing what the WWE will need from the powers that be to survive, he also appears very happy to step in for the WWE fans.
" if it was brought forth to me, I think I would do it."
Appointing Foley as GM after seeing the company languish under the cruel leadership of the Authority would surely make WWE fans very happy.
Coming of a new revolution
Team Cena are helping to start a revolution within the WWE and a win on Sunday would bring the opportunity for someone like Foley to step in.
Foley has been in charge before and has also been the genius behind some of the biggest matches in WWE history.
He was behind the infamous six-man Hell in a Cell back at Armageddon in 2000 and he also was the first to establish a match we still see to this day.
Ahead of Summer Slam 2000, he announced the first ever Tables, Ladders and Chairs match to take place between Edge and Christian, The Hardy Boyz and the Dudley Boyz.
Who knows what another era under the hardcore legend would bring for the WWE and the fans?