Donald Trump under attack over his inclusion in WWE Hall of Fame

Donald Trump under attack over his inclusion in WWE Hall of Fame

– Mickey Foley has demanded the removal of Donald Trump from the Hall of Fame

– Donald Trump made several appearances in WWE events including Wrestlemania

– The United State president is friends with WWE chief Vince Macmahon and a Hall of Famer

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Mickey Foley has called for Donald Trump to remove from WWE’s Hall of Fame following the current crisis rocking the United States, Mirror.

Americans invaded the Capitol and the Senate to show support for President-elect Joe Biden and three persons have been confirmed dead so far in the incident.

Foley who is also an inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame has demanded Trump be removed from the list of superstars that have made their mark in professional wrestling.

Mickey Foley wants Trump booted out of WWE Hall of Fame

Mickey Foley wants Trump booted out of WWE Hall of Fame.
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He wrote on Twitter sharing a clip of a police officer getting injured after an attack by Trump supporters,

“This is on you, Mr President. Every single injury today is on you.

“Hey Vince – how about throwing this sorry son of a b**** out of our Hall of Fame.”

This post has earned nearly 100,000 likes since being posted on Wednesday as fans praised the wrestling legend for his response.

The post had over 100,000 likes as fans responded to the wrestling legend statement.

One said

“Awesome, Mick.”

A second said:

“Oh hell yeah.”

A third added:

“Thank you, Mick.”

Trump started his TV career in the 1980s, which saw him make cameo appearances in the WWE ring.

The 74-year-old appeared in several events including Wrestlemania 23 in 2007 and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2013.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Pat Patterson has given up the ghost at the age of 79, WWE announced.

The veteran spent 60 years of his career in the wrestling business and won the first-ever Intercontinental Championship and was the winner of the first Royal Rumble match.

He also won the AWA Tag Team Championship with Ray Stevens in 1978 before joining the WWE company.

His most legendary bout in the squared circle was with Sgt. Slaughter, as they both battled in the popular Boot Camp match and a brutal Alley Fight.

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