On the latest edition of his “Foley Is Pod” show, WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley reflected on his famous Hell In A Cell match with The Undertaker, which took place 25 years ago at WWE King Of The Ring in June 1998.
During the match, Foley took two of the most famous bumps in the history of professional wrestling when The Undertaker threw him off the top of the cell through the announce table. Foley then climbed back up only to be chokeslammed again through the ceiling to the ring.
You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:
On what it was like for him after Hell in a Cell: “Al Snow was my roommate that night. I didn’t get back for about four hours, because I went to the emergency room. Even in my sleep I was — I guess making some noises like it was really a tough, tough night for me.”
On not remembering which bump did the most damage: “At that time I didn’t know that bone-jarring bumps could rattle your brain. The table did break my fall to some extent, and like I said because there were two big bumps I can’t tell which one did the most damage, but I was really hurting for about six weeks with all the injuries.”
On having blood in his urine: “There was definitely some blood in the urine for a few days and real tenderness around either the kidney or liver. It was one of the two organs that were probably injured and really affected me.”