Mick Foley was never giving up while John Cena was still learning to identify colours. Bright, garish colours. While Foley's peers - Triple H, Austin, Rock, etc. - are often pushed hard in this thing, Foley is comparatively ignored. That's not to say he doesn't do well; it's just to say that the people who rally behind him aren't as numerous as those for people who are, frankly, equals and not superiors. A participant in some of the greatest matches, angles and moments in wrestling, Foley is just as much a legend as anyone in the WWE Hall of Fame. Whether it be partnering with The Rock to have one of the greatest promos of all-time, fighting Shawn Michaels in one of Michaels' very favourite matches or being tossed from twenty feet through an announce table by The Undertaker, Foley never let the fans down. Simply put, Foley is the one of the best promo men of all-time, one of the best psychologists of all-time, one of the best brawlers of all-time (Austin who?) and one of the best wrestlers of all-time. He's hard as nails and would never go down without a fight, even when hopelessly outmatched. All this while being built like - and with a face like - a sack of spuds. Dusty Rhodes eat your heart out. God knows you'd like to, you fat bastard.