Foley is going to be live.
On the 28th day of June in 1998 inside of the 'Civic Center' in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at the 'King Of The Ring' PPV one of the most historic matches in WWE history took place. That match was the Hell In A Cell match between WWE Hall Of Famer Mick Foley and former seven-time WWE World Champion The Undertaker. In the years following the historic bout between the two, Mick Foley stated in numerous interviews that he did not look at the match as something he was proud of but over the years he has began to embrace it.
The match has become a part of Mick Foley's identity to the point that he is now traveling across the world talking about it. For the greater part of two years, Mick Foley has been on the road hosting his '20 Years Of Hell' tour which is a live show where fans can come and see Foley detail the lead up and the aftermath of his Hell In A Cell match with The Undertaker.
Mick Foley's show will soon be available to watch by WWE Network subscribers as the content listing on the WWE Network for this week reads that immediately following the September 16th 'Hell In A Cell' PPV, a live broadcast of Foley's '20 Years Of Hell' show will air on the network.
While on the topic of 'Hell In A Cell', head over to Fightful's "events" section to take a look at the updated match card for next Sunday's PPV.