WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley recently spoke to ABC 15 Arizona about his "20 Years of Hell" tour and his legendary Hell in a Cell Match against The Undertaker back in 1998.
On embracing the match as part of his legacy:
“Part of my show is about dealing with the aftermath and the fallout from that match, and feeling for many years like I was Bill Murray in an airing of ‘Groundhog Day’ that never ends, and ultimately coming to embrace it. I’ve realized there are far worse things that you could be remembered for than a match 20 years ago.”
Being in a lot of pain on an episode of Raw back in 2007, largely due to the Hell in a Cell Match:
“I was in incredible pain, and had it not been for the release of my Hardcore Diaries book, I believe I would have stayed in bed. That was about the worst I’ve ever been. I think Mr. McMahon was trying to pay me off, and I got him to pick up my hotel bill. I traveled a long way in a lot of pain for that speech.”