Wrestlemaniac with Mick Foley!

Wrestlemaniac with Mick Foley!

Wed · April 3, 2019

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

$30.00 - $75.00

This event is 16 and over

Coming off his hugely successful “20 YEARS OF HELL” tour, which was featured on The WWE Network, wrestling’s Hardcore Legend, Mick Foley hits the stage again with “WRESTLEMANIAC” for ONE NIGHT ONLY at SubCulture in NYC. Mick has put together a show just for the fans from around the world, who will descend upon The Big Apple for WrestleMania week. With stories specific to Mania and his own WWE Hall of Fame induction, followed by a 45 minute Q&A, this is the perfect way to kick off a memorable week. This is a special, intimate event limited to 150 TICKETS! Don’t miss out on this unique chance to see sports entertainment’s finest story-teller in the intimate confines of one of New York’s premier venues. Each general admission ticket includes the show w/Q&A! Upgrade and receive a meet & greet w/ Mick & autograph (your own item, or 8x10 photo provided by Mick). Hosted by Alia Janine, with a surprise special guest.

Mick Foley
Mick Foley
Mick Foley is a legendary professional wrestler, turned multi-time best-selling author , turned stand-up comic/spoken word performer.

One of the cornerstones of WWE’s meteoric rise in the late 90’s, Mick Foley earned the nickname ‘The Hardcore Legend’ for his ability to absorb seemingly inhuman punishment in some of the most dramatic matches in sports-entertainment history. Already a respected veteran for his 11 physically punishing years wrestling under the name Cactus Jack, Foley’s career soared to new heights in WWE as ‘Mankind’, a character Foley claimed was inspired by a combination of reading ‘Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein’ and listening tothe music of Tori Amos.

As Cactus Jack, Foley won the 1995 ‘King of the Deathmatch’ tournament in Yokohama, Japan, and continued wrestling, despite the amputation of his right ear, in a match against Vader in Munich, Germany in 1994. As Mankind, Foley was a 3-time WWE Champion, but is best known for his epic and brutal battle with The Undertaker in 1998’s ‘Hell in a Cell’ match, during which he was knocked unconscious after falls both off of and through the 16 foot Cell structure. Despite the injury, Foley finished the match – with one of his front teeth lodged in his nose.

With retirement looming as a result of that physically demanding style, Foley penned his own memoir, ‘Have a Nice Day’ without the aid of a ghost-writer – writing 200,000 words in longhand in 50 days. The book showcased Foley’s paradoxical blend of wit and wisdom, wildness and warmth, and shocked the literary world by hitting number one on The New York Times best-seller list in October, 1999. The book remained on the Times list for twenty six weeks. A follow-up, 2001’s ‘Foley is Good’ hit number one on The New York Times list as well. Foley has published a total of ten books; four memoirs, four children’s books and two novels.

After speaking at some of the United Stated most respected colleges and universities – including MIT, Syracuse University, Notre Dame and The University of Miami, Foley decided to take his verbal skills to the stand-up comedy stage in 2009. 2012 saw Foley earn rave reviews for his comedy sets at ‘Just for Laughs’ in Montreal, and the ‘Edinburgh (UK) Fringe Fest’ – the two largest comedy festivals in the world. He is currently represented by Innovative Artists.

Foley’s acting credentials include ’30 Rock’, ‘Warren the Ape’, Now and Again’, ‘G vs E’ and ‘Boy Meets World’ and he was featured in the critically acclaimed documentary ‘Beyond the Mat’ He has done voice work on ‘Squidbillies’ ‘Celebrity Death Match’ and ‘Avatar: the Last Airbender’ and was featured in a 2012 episode of ‘Celebrity Wife Swap’. His list of guest appearances include ‘The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, ‘The Late Show with Jay Leno’, ‘Late Night with Conan O’Brien’, ‘Who Wants to be a Millionaire’, ‘Good Morning America’, ‘Family Feud’ ‘Redeye’, ‘Larry King Live’ and several appearances on ‘Today’. He was featured in a 2010 story on ‘ABC’s World News Tonight’ for his work as an online volunteer with RAINN, the nation’s largest anti-sexual assault organization. Foley was also recognized for his work with RAINN at 2010’s ‘Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear’ – where he was awarded a Medal of Reasonableness’ from Jon Stewart.

Foley lives with his wife and four children on Long Island. His latest book, ‘A Most Mizerable Christmas’ will be published in October, 2012 by DK Books. The Foley’s have sponsored children with Child-Fund International for twenty years.
Alia Janine
Alia Janine
Alia Janine dubbed the “Funniest Porn-Star on Earth!” by the Huffington Post, and 2015 AVN “Mainstream Star of the Year” nominee, retired from adult entertainment in 2012, and in 2013 she moved to New York City to pursue a career in comedy. Since her switch in careers, Alia has performed in some of the country’s best comedy clubs including; The Comedy Store, LA Improv, UCB, The Stand, The Village Underground, New York Comedy Club, Chicago Laugh Factory, Stand Up NY, Gotham Comedy Club, and multiple Funny Bone Clubs. She has had the privilege of performing with some of today’s hottest comedians like; Dave Attell, Big Jay Oakerson, Dan Soder, Michael Che, Adrienne Iapalucci, and Jay Pharoah. Alia also has a growing resume of voice-over work, comedy sketches, and independent films. Alia has delighted her fans by appearing on many popular national radio shows including Sirius XM’s Sway in the Morning, The Jason Ellis Show, Derek and Romaine, and “My Wife Hates Me” with comedians Rich Vos and Bonnie MacFarlane. Likewise, she has had multiple appearances on many popular podcasts including; The Legion of Skanks, the Anthony Cumia Show, YKWD with Robert Kelly, The Artie Lang Podcast, and The SDR Show. She has been featured on RT TV, CBS, FOX, The Village Voice, Vice, Huffington Post, The Daily Dot, The New York Post, and favorite comedy websites Laugh Spin and The Interrobang. Alia, along with fellow comedian, Jaqi Furback, hosts the highly ranked Whormones Podcast on the Misfits Network, where they discuss different point-of-views on sexuality and feminism.
Venue Information:
SubCulture
45 Bleecker St.
New York, NY, 10012
http://www.subculturenewyork.com