WWE legend Mick Foley auctions iconic memorabilia for charity

WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley is cleaning out his closet for a cause.

The man who had an ear torn off during a match, was thrown off the roof of a steel cage to the floor in one of the most-shocking moments in WWE history, and made multiple personas household names around the world is also a big supporter of RAINN. He has helped that group with more than $500,000 in donations and support generated by wrestling fans through auctions like the one running for the next few days.

Among nearly 50 items up for grabs now? The boots worn in his last match and the chance for Foley to come to your Raw or Smackdown watch party anywhere in the continental United States.

What else is there? Keep reading for a visual rundown of some notable items and experiences in the auctions as well as direct links to them so you can see how much they’re going for now.

Cactus Jack leopard boots worn by Mick Foley for last official match

Mick Foley will join you and 11 friends for a RAW or Smackdown viewing party

Dinner and a show with Hardcore Legend Mick Foley (for four)

Order room service with Mick and Noelle Foley before SummerSlam

Mick Foley’s flannel vest worn during Cactus Jack matches

Mick Foley’s WWE Hall of Fame Induction photo, inscribed to you

Shoe worn during Mick Foley’s 1999 Mankind matches

Mick Foley’s flannel and shirt worn as general manager of Raw

Mick Foley’s handwritten manuscript of his 2010 book Countdown to Lockdown

Suede coat worn by Mick Foley for his debut on TNA Impact


Mick Foley’s leather strap from 1996 Mankind boots

Mick Foley’s itinerary for WrestleMania 30, signed and personalized

Mick Foley’s Chicago White Sox jersey with his name embroidered

To see the rest of the auctions, click here.

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