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"I will end up back there in some respect. It's a matter of what I do and when and how much of what I do. Nobody knows for sure - I certainly don't," Foley said in a recent on-camera interview with Rev. Rogue Six of the Main Event Championship Wrestling promotion during an appearance for the The Mahoning Valley Scrappers baseball team.
Foley also addressed a rumor of facing The Undertaker at WrestleMania upon returning to WWE.
"I'd love to be asked; if I were asked, I hope it would be fairly soon because I would need a long time to get in shape for that," Foley said. "If it was his last match and/or mine, I wouldn't want to embarrass him, the company, or me. It would make sense, but there's about five other opponents that make sense for him and I could think of a couple bigger marquee matches for Undertaker at WrestleMania than me."
Unrelated to potential in-ring action, Foley said that when he returns to WWE he would like to focus on developing the next wave of younger stars, which he felt was missing in TNA. "I hope that's one of the things if and when I go back to WWE is try to get that next generation of wrestlers ready to go," Foley said.
Foley went into greater detail on what he felt was missing from TNA in the area of talent development. He also pointed to veterans or former WWE stars, such as himself, typically peaking the moment they arrive in TNA.
"It takes a really bold investment in the future to try to put time, money, and energy into unknown quantities," he said. "I don't want to talk disparagingly because I did like it there and I liked almost everyone there, but when you have a known quantity, you start getting diminishing returns from the moment they debut; they're never as important after their debut. Whereas developing a younger talent - which takes time, effort, and commitment - is a difficult process. That's one of the things they're missing is that commitment to the future."
Foley also discussed future literary projects (no more wrestling books, according to Foley), his stand-up comedy career, getting into social media, and other topics.