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.
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The box: 2016 WWE Divas Revolution wrestling cards
Where to buy: Initially only available at Walmart
Packs per box: 1
Cards per pack: 51
Cards in this box: 51
Base set completion:
25 of 43 (58 percent)
Notables on base cards – Sasha Banks, Trish Stratus, Stephanie McMahon, Charlotte, Torrie Wilson, Kelly Kelly, Maryse, Mandy Rose, Ivory
Rookie Cards/First NXT (4) – Aliyah, Liv Morgan, Carmella, Nia Jax
A pair of WWE Hall of Famers have been revisited in porcelain form as part of two high-end statue lines that are now available.
“Rowdy” Roddy Piper is the latest to be sculpted for the Immortal Moments Collection, captured during a promo in Piper’s Pit, while “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels is the latest in the Championship Title Collection.
A former WWE Diva is done with the world of professional wrestling — and she’s selling her WWE Hall of Fame ring on eBay to prove it.
Sunny, real name Tamara Sytch, was inducted into the Hall in 2011 and it’s one of the first times a WWE Hall of Fame ring has made it onto the open market. (The company began awarding rings in 2009 after previously just awarding plaques.)
“After enjoying my Hall of Fame ring for the past almost five years, I think it’s time for someone else to enjoy and cherish it, as have I,” the auction listing reads. “It’s time to let go of the past, and embrace my future, and selling my ring is the right way to get on track.”
If you know who Mr. Socko is, then you know how this one is kind of a big deal.
Today is Sock Tuesday in Mick Foley’s world, and that means the WWE Hall of Famer is creating and signing Sockos for fans all day.