3.He is constantly raising funds for and making large donations to RAINN. He auctioned off his priceless wrestling memorabilia (including Mr. Socko) and donated half of his advance from his memoir, Countdown to Lockdown.
4.He's also an online volunteer counselor, having spoken to hundreds of survivors in his first year alone. The number is still growing.
5.And to anyone who makes a donation of more than $5000, he will personally go to your house and mow your lawn.
13.Not only is he a big advocate for children, but in many ways he's a big child himself.
Exhibit A: Mick Foley LOVES Christmas.
In fact, he starts looking forward to Christmas once summer hits. (Probably earlier)
14.And he's been instrumental in the production of a documentary about mall Santas. He lent his fundraising expertise to getting a Kickstarter off the ground to get this important film made.
15.But he's kinder than Santa. Foley gave his furniture to a Long Beach family who lost all of theirs in Hurricane Sandy. He then invited himself over for dinner so he could “eat at his old table one last time.”
16.He has participated in some of the most brutally intense matches in professional wrestling history.
17.And not only does he watch Boy Meets World...
18....but he was ON Boy Meets World as his most famous wrestling persona, Mankind.
19.Speaking of unexpected cameos, he also appeared on 30 Rock.
20.His status as a wrestling icon is global.
21.Mick Foley has also made "20 visits in a 20-month period" to injured troops in the Washington DC area. He was spotted taking 11 injured veterans to a Washington Nationals game in 2005.
23.At Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert's Rally to Restore Sanity, Foley was awarded a "Medal For Reasonableness." It was well earned.
24.He and his family were featured on an episode of Wife Swap. SPOILER: he was the cool dad.
25.Speaking of being a cool dad, Foley is a quintessential family man.
26.He has one of the most memorable finishing moves ever.