He is one of the most infamous names in WWE history and recently, Mick Foley has been looking at one man in particular from the current roster.
Foley has been part of some of the most iconic moments throughout the company's history, most notably being thrown from the top of the Hell in a Cell at the King of the Ring in 1998.
Foley being replaced?
From being thrown from the top of the Cell, to being locked in a dumpster and rolled off the stage to winning the WWF/E Championship.
Foley really has done everything in the company and has established himself as a fan favourite for as long as he returns to the squared circle.
But amidst the rise of NXT Champion Kevin Owens, Foley admits that he fears for his legacy and how it may be replaced.
Foley took to his Facebook page to comment on the rise of Owens and he gave him a lot of praise, but he also stressed one concern.
"I'm afraid that when wrestling's history book is written and the topic of top wrestlers with unorthodox body types is discussed, that my name will no longer be first on the list!" -Foley on Owens replacing him
Perhaps a bit of a strange concern for a WWE legend to have but concept of an unorthodox body type has been touched on by Owens in recent weeks.
Owens revealed that he had been told previously that he didn't have the right physic to be a superstar and of course everyone remembers the night Foley the WWF/E Championship despite WCW's best attempts at ruining it by reminding fans of his past with the promotion.
Foley was full of praise for the current NXT Champion however with the WWE legend claiming that if Owens had of been around in his day, he would have made him a better wrestler.