On his upcoming 20 Years of Hell Tour that kicks off April 11th at Zanies in Rosemont, IL:
MF: The last two shows that I have done have included a few wrestling stories but they have largely come from the Q&A. I started to think that I was on to something based on the stuff I would talk about and it was starting to click with people. There’s a bit of a musical motif here, it’s like I had a few singles here and there. I’d say, “Well this story is working,” and, “that story seems to be working,” and all of a sudden I was like, “I have a whole album here! I think I’ve got a concept album here!” I think it’s going to be a fun, really unique evening.
On if his 20 Years of Hell Tour could turn into a WWE Network special:
MF: There’s a pretty good chance of that. Someone from WWE will be coming out and looking at one of the first shows. I have talked to them about it and it seems like a natural.
On Mick Foley’s Official Chicago WrestleMania 34 VIP Kick-Off Party:
MF: I was taking a risk that WWE would call me and ask me to take role in WrestleMania. I was kind of rolling the dice and even if they do tell me that they want me at WrestleMania I have to tell them I have commitments to WrestleZone and Duffy’s!