We noted back in January that Noelle Foley, the daughter of WWE Hall Of Famer Mick Foley, has been with concussion issues for several months and she’s not getting better.
The legendary pro wrestler made an appearance on Wrestling Inc Daily where he went into detail about her injury and how she’s doing.
“She got injured riding a roller coaster. Being my daughter, she grew up a huge roller coaster enthusiast. She was always tall for her age and I remember her riding Nitro at Six Flags at age 6. There was Dewey and Noelle and they had to have a 400-pound man jump on the safety bar in order to squeeze me in there,” recalled Foley.
Foley brought up how while Noelle grew up loving roller coasters, this one rattled her.
“I hoped it would go away like most do especially if you haven’t had a succession of head injuries. But this one has been difficult for her to overcome and she’s going to see specialists. She’s looking for answers and it’s been a tough year for her.”
Noelle did take part in wrestling training at the WWE Performance Center and at the New York Wrestling Connection in Long Island, NY.
However, back in 2018, Mick noted that his daughter was no longer pursuing an in-ring wrestling career because of injuries. We wish her a speedy recovery.
Foley also talked about AEW’s Britt Baker and liking talent to use his old move set in their matches. You can listen to the entire interview by clicking on the player below: