Thursday, April 18

Where Are His 4 Children Now?


  • Noelle Foley trained to be a wrestler like her dad but had to stop due to a concussion. Now, she is a popular social media influencer.
  • Dewey, Foley’s son, worked behind the scenes at WWE and was part of the creative team for 205 Live and NXT before leaving in April 202
  • Mickey Foley did not enter the wrestling business like his siblings, focusing on YouTube channels for music covers and gaming videos.

While Mick Foley may not be seen quite in the same light as his Attitude Era counterparts like “Stone Cold” Steve Austin or The Rock — at least in the sense of popularity — he was still one of the most influential characters of that time.

Foley has been retired from wrestling for a long time now and is no longer part of the television product. He’s often seen as one of the nicest wrestlers in real life. Everyone knows about his professional life, but fans may not know about his personal life too much, especially when it comes to his children. Did they ever step foot in the wrestling business like their father? If so, where are they now? Here’s everything wrestling fans should know about Mick Foley’s children.


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Mick Foley’s Children

Noelle Margaret Foley

Michael Francis Foley Jr

Dewey Francis Foley

Hughie Francis Foley

Noelle Foley Wanted To Get Into The Wrestling Business Like Her Father

Noelle Foley Was Training To Become A WWE Superstar

Mick Foley has been married to Colette Christie since 1992. Now everyone knows that wrestlers are good actors, or at least they are better actors than the average human. While working on a short film called Deadbeats, Mick Foley met his wife, Colette.

They clicked and decided to spend their lives together. Foley and Christie are parents of four children: Dewey, Noelle, Michael, and Hughie. Starting with the second-oldest child, Noelle, fans may know that she was training to become a wrestler, but concussion issues ended her wrestling career before it could even start, and it didn’t even happen while she was training.


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Noelle Foley Suffered A Concussion During A Roller Coaster Ride

Noelle Foley Later Became A Social Media Influencer

In a blog post for, Noelle wrote that, during a coaster ride, she suffered a concussion due to hitting her head against the headrest several times. In a social media post in 2022, Noelle revealed that it happened on September 11, 2019, on the Mystery Mine coaster at Dollywood. The head injury also led to her getting diagnosed with hyperacusis, which is a condition that makes one super sensitive to sounds. She said:

“Today marks three years since my concussion. Three whole years, like that, doesn’t even seem real. I’ve never made this public before, but on September 11, 2019, at approximately 1:15 p.m, I got my concussion on the Mystery Mine coaster at Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. I never thought, ‘Oh, I’m going to get an injury and ruin myself on this roller coaster.’ I can’t do any of the things that I once loved. All of the things I once loved just cause me pain. I just truly hope that Dollywood and Dolly can do something. Just to make things right and to make sure that nothing like this happens to anyone ever again at their park.”

Noelle has now become a social media influencer and quite a popular one too. Her Instagram account, for instance, currently has over a million followers. And for those who don’t know, Noelle is currently dating Frank the Clown, a wrestling manager.


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Dewey Foley Had A Job Working For WWE

Mick Foley’s Other Two Children Didn’t Get Into The Wrestling Business

Mick Foley’s oldest kid, Dewey, also wanted to step foot in the wrestling business but unlike his sister, Dewey was more interested in working behind the scenes. He eventually became part of the WWE creative team and worked on the 205 Live brand, and later on NXT. Dewey’s time with WWE came to an end in April 2022.

Foley’s third child, Mickey, never got into the wrestling business, unlike his two siblings. He has a few YouTube channels where he posts covers of songs and gaming videos. Hughie Foley was born in 2003, and there isn’t much known about him. He does have a social media account but hasn’t made any posts there.

All of Mick Foley’s kids, as well as Frank the Clown, and Foley himself were cast in the Holy Foley documentary, which covered Noelle and Dewey’s journey to getting into the wrestling business. The show focused more on Noelle, but fans didn’t think the series was up to the mark.

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