Read former pro wrestler Mick Foley's heartfelt letter to Orlando

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After a chance run-in with a survivor of the Pulse nightclub shooting, former pro wrestler Mick Foley penned a heartfelt note to The City Beautiful. 

Foley, who's also known as “Cactus Jack” and “Mankind” was in the Orlando on business the week of the Pulse shooting, and ended up attending a memorial for the victims after randomly bumping into Christopher Hansen, a survivor of the massacre, at his hotel.



“And in doing so instantly connected to something bigger than myself; a sense of community and spirit of healing,” Foley said in his Facebook post last Saturday. 

Read his full tribute here:



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