WWE legend Mick Foley’s former tag-team partner and ex-ECW champion Terry Funk returns to the wrestling ring… AGED 73

 Terry Funk has returned to the ring at the age of 73

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WWE legend Mick Foley’s former tag-team partner and ex-ECW world champion Terry Funk has made a stunning return to the ring – AGED 73.

The veteran recruited millions of fans around the globe for his hardcore antics in his over five-decade long career.


Terry Funk has returned to the ring at the age of 73
 Mick Foley and Terry Funk in the ring together


Mick Foley and Terry Funk in the ring together

And the Funkster, who captured the WWE tag belts with Foley at WrestleMania XIV, could not resist lacing on the boots once again despite having a knee replacement and undergoing inguinal hernia surgery last year.

Funk climbed back inside the squared-circle last weekend for Big Time Wrestling in Raleigh, North Carolina on Friday before another match the next night in Spartanburg, South Carolina.

The grappler wrestled in a six-man tag match as he teamed with the Rock ‘n’ Roll Express against WWE hall of famer Jerry “The King” Lawler, Brian Christopher and Doug Gilbert.

And he says he could not have felt happier being back inside the ropes.

Speaking to SI.com, Funk said:“I felt very old, naturally, walking into that ring.

“But how did I feel inside the ring? I felt elated. That’s where I belong.

 The Funkster gets snarled in barbed wire


The Funkster gets snarled in barbed wire
 Terry Funk and Mick Foley


Terry Funk and Mick Foley

“Just to be back with the people that I love and in the profession I absolutely grew up in, that meant a great deal to me.

“I loved where I was very much.”

Funk’s former boss Vince McMahon, the 72-year-old owner of WWE, also recently made an in-ring comeback as he was brutally assaulted by Kevin Owens on last week’s SmackDown.

But the man who performed alongside Foley under the name of “Chainsaw Charlie” insists he felt no pressure to outperform the king of the wrestling world.

And he says that despite McMahon’s power, he does not rule the business.

Funk blasted: “I couldn’t give a damn what Vince does, I’m focused on the fans.

“Wrestling is all about the power of the individual. Who dictates the business? It’s not Vince, and it never has been. It’s not any of the other promoters, it’s not the independents. It’s the fans that dictate what wrestling is. That’s the one constant from 1917 to 2017.”

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Although he has announced his retirement on numerous occasions in the past, the 52-year veteran of the business is content being back home in Texas.

He added: “Dahgum, I just got out of the ring in the Carolinas. I just had two matches with Lawler, and you want to know if I’m going to come back?

“Come to think of it, next weekend, I’m going to have my real, real, real, real, real, real retirement.”

While Funk continues to be go from strength-to-strength, another former WWE star has become embroiled in controversy.

Marty Jannetty caused a stir by appearing to ask wrestling fans if it’s OK to have sex with his “daughter” after discovering she was not his biological child.

And fellow hall of famer Ric Flair hit the headlines earlier in the week when the Nature Boy claimed to have slept with 10,000 women.

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