Mick Foley has urged Vince McMahon to remove Donald Trump from the WWE Hall of Fame.
The 55-year-old retired wrestler was one of the US President's fellow inductees at the 2013 ceremony, and he has called on the company's boss to reverse the decision after pro-Trump protestors attacked the US Capitol building in Washington D.C. on Wednesday (Jan 6).
Tagging McMahon in his tweet, Foley wrote: "Hey Vince — how about throwing this sorry son of a b**** out of our Hall of Fame?"
Hey Vince - how about throwing this sorry son of a bitch out of our Hall of Fame?@VinceMcMahon— Mick Foley (@RealMickFoley) January 6, 2021
The former world champion — who has been vocal with his criticism of Trump during his time in office — also laid the blame on the president as he shared a video of injured officers leaving the riot.
He said: "This is on you, Mr. President. Every single injury today is on you."
The outgoing president — who is set to be succeeded by President-Elect Joe Biden on January 20 — has a long history with WWE.
In 1988 and 1989, his Trump Plaza was billed as the host venue for each year's WrestleMania event.
And in 2007, real life friends Trump and McMahon had an on-screen rivalry which culminated in the 'Battle of the Billionaires' at WrestleMania 23.
'Stone Cold' Steve Austin was the special guest referee for the bout, which ended when Donald's representative Bobby Lashley pinned Vince's proxy Umaga.
As per the stipulation, Donald then helped Lashley and Austin shave Vince's head, before Stone Cold hit the future president with his signature Stone Cold Stunner move.
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