Dory Funk Jr. Discussing Mick Foley's 1998 Hell In A Cell Match: “I've Never Seen Anybody Lose A Match And Get Such Attention"

Dory Funk Jr. talking Mick Foley's career defining moment.

Tomorrow is the twenty year anniversary of the 1998 Hell In A Cell match between The Undertaker and Mankind which is referred to and looked upon as one of the most historic matches in not only the history of WWE, but in all of wrestling. The moment has brought Mick Foley tons of praise and respect although his body did not receive the same on that June 28th night.

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This Saturday Mick Foley will be present at the 'Funking Conservatory' which is a pro wrestling school owned and established by WWE Hall Of Famer and former NWA North American Heavyweight Champion Dory Funk Jr. Funk Jr. has organized a deal with 'Bang TV' to run a wrestling promotion on their network entitled 'Bang' which spotlights the trainees at his wrestling school. Mick Foley will be playing the role of the on-screen GM of the promotion and ahead of his appearance, both Funk Jr. and Foley spoke with 'Ocala.com' and during the interview Funk Jr. discussed Mick Foley's infamous night inside of the 'Civic Arena' in Pittsburgh.

“I’ve never seen anybody lose a match and get such attention. I don’t think anybody could have walked away from it, except for Mick Foley. He came back for more,” Funk Jr. said.

 

Mick Foley also went on to jokingly state that if he knew there was a tooth lodged in his mouth he would've been embarrassed because of his high-sense of style. To read the full interview, click here.

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