Mick Foley now says he will be included on WWE Hall of Fame broadcast on USA

It looks like Mick Foley will be on the USA broadcast of the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony after all, according to a few tweets from "The Hardcore Legend."

When news came out that the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony, which will be broadcast this coming Tuesday night (April 9, 2013) at 10 p.m ET on USA, wouldn't feature Mick Foley, both fans and "The Hardcore Legend" let out a collective moan. Hell, the artist formerly known as Mankind even went so far as to say he would try to make the company look stupid for leaving him off television.

Well don't cry for Mrs. Foley's baby boy just yet, Cagesiders. According to the man himself, or rather Santa Claus, he will indeed be making the show. Foley teased the news on Twitter:

Then we got Santa actually breaking the news:

Then Foley showing his gratitude:

And now here we are.

So it seems we'll see some variation of Bruno Sammartino, Trish Stratus, Donald Trump, and Foley on the one-hour broadcast next week. That's a lot to cram in with commercial breaks but some clever editing -- the ceremony actually takes place on Saturday night at Madison Square Garden in New York -- should do the trick.

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