The Creative Visionary: Collette Foley, Transforming Ideas into Reality
Collette Foley is a former American model, author, and television personality who is also known for her brief stint as a wrestler in the late 1990s.
Foley made her professional wrestling debut in 1998 under the ring name Cactus Jack's daughter, although she was not related to the wrestler Mick Foley in real life.
She had a few matches in the now-defunct Women's Wrestling Association (WWA), where she was trained by wrestling legend Killer Kowalski.
Foley also made an appearance on WWE programming in 1999, where she competed in a tag team match with her then-husband Mick Foley against D-Generation X.
During her wrestling career, Foley has authored several books, including "Have a Nice Day: A Tale of Blood and Sweatsocks," which is a memoir about her husband's life in professional wrestling.
She has also made appearances on several reality TV shows, including "Celebrity Wife Swap" and "Wife Swap."
Although Foley's wrestling career was brief and relatively unremarkable, she remains a notable figure in the industry due to her association with Mick Foley and her appearances on WWE programming.
Despite her brief wrestling career and lack of significant accomplishments, Collette Foley remains a notable figure in the industry for her association with Mick Foley.