FTR wrestled in the main event for PWF on May 14 in South Carolina, and their general manager for that show, Mick Foley, would work in AEW on a long-term basis as well.

The Hardcore Legend entered the ring and asked the two teams if they'd be willing to continue the match on a gentlemen's agreement, albeit with the ROH tag-team titles on the line.

Mr. Socko on Behrens and pinning him for a three-count before serenading the crowd with his own rendition of Elvis Presley’s “Can’t Help Falling in Love with You.”

It was an eventful and fun night for the former Mankind, and FTR continues to prove that they're one of, if not the best, tag teams in the world of professional wrestling.

It's speculation here, but if FTR is indeed in the market for a manager and if Bret Hart isn't in the picture, Mick Foley would definitely work in that role.

That's not to say that he never did anything memorable with the stick - there's just a noticeable gap in charisma when it comes to Hart and Foley

Foley would make the FTR even more lovable - like how William Regal has made Blackpool Combat Club more menacing.

Should AEW decide to give FTR a manager, they should look to PWF for a bit of inspiration about who could work in that spot.