Mick Foley "Special Event"

There is a dress code to enter the Power Plant Premise and the Baltimore Comedy Factory.  The following is PROHIBITED:

  • Profanity on clothing
  • Sleeveless clothing on men
  • Excessively torn clothing
  • Excessively baggy or sagging clothes
  • Full sweatsuits and sweatpants
  • Excessively long clothing (when standing, sleeve can not extend past fingers)
  • Jersey's (sleeved jerseys are permitted in conjunction with sporting events)

VIP seats guarantee you the best seats AS LONG AS YOU ARRIVE at the club 45 minutes prior to showtime (otherwise you will lose your seating status).  They also get you a free drink at the "Beach Bar" (excluding top shelf) prior to the show. **This drink does NOT count towards the 2 drink minimum in the show room.

Michael Francis "Mick" Foley, Sr.[2][4] (born June 7, 1965)[2][4] is an American semi-retired professional wrestler, author, comedian, actor, voice actor and former color commentator. He has worked for many wrestling promotions, including WWE, WCW, ECW and TNA. He is often referred to as "The Hardcore Legend", a nickname he shares with Terry Funk. He is currently signed to a Legends contract with WWE, where he makes special guest appearances and serves as an ambassador. Foley has wrestled both under his real name and under various personas (most notably Dude Love, Cactus Jack, and Mankind), also known as the Three Faces of Foley. He is a four-time world champion (three WWF Championships, and one TNA World Heavyweight Championship). He is an 11-time tag team champion (eight WWF Tag Team Titles, two ECW World Tag Team Titles, and one WCW World Tag Team Championship). He was the first WWF Hardcore Champion, and held the TNA Legends Championship once. F Following his retirement from wrestling full-time, Foley appeared occasionally with WWE as a special guest referee and later as a color commentator for the SmackDown brand. After his departure from WWE in 2008, he signed with TNA, where he was a storyline stock holder of the company. Foley has won a total of 17 championships between WCW, ECW, WWF/WWE, and TNA. Foley is also a multiple-time New York Times bestselling autobiographer.[4] He was a subject of the wrestling documentary Beyond the Mat, which followed him at the peak of his career, and also appeared in Bloodstained Memoirs.[7]