Wise words from the head honcho.
The 1998 Hell In A Cell match between The Undertaker and Mick Foley that took place at the 'Civic Center' in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is one match that is constantly shown on WWE programming, in highlights packages and will forever be edged in the company's history as one of the most impactful matches of all-time. It has been twenty years since that match took place and to commemorate the anniversary, WWE interviewed Mick Foley and The Undertaker ahead of Foley's participation in the WWE Universal Championship Hell In A Cell match tomorrow between Roman Reigns and Braun Strowman.
As the interview came to a close, both Mick Foley and The Undertaker reflected on the aftermath of their match and Foley shared some special words that he received from WWE Chairman Vince McMahon who just witnessed one of his talents literally be put through hell in a cell. Foley broke down the moment that he shared with Vince McMahon and the words McMahon gave him shortly after they embraced.
“Mr. McMahon sat me down, and I remember those words specifically, 'You have no idea how much I appreciate what you’ve done for this company, but I never wanna see anything like that again”. McMahon told Foley.
While Mick Foley is done in the square circle as an in-ring performer, The Undertaker still has some gas left in the tank and he will be going one-on-one with Triple H at the WWE Super Show-Down event on October 6th in Melbourne, Australia.
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