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The Most Infamous Moment In Hell In A Cell's History Took Place 19 Years Ago

Posted By: Ben Jordan Kerin on Jun 28, 2017

The Most Infamous Moment In Hell In A Cell's History Took Place 19 Years Ago

June, 28 marks the 19th anniversary of the Undertaker vs Mick Foley in a Hell In A Cell Match At King Of The Ring 1998. The match is widely remembered as one of the most brutal and memorable matches of all time. Mick Foley was thrown off the cell into the announcer's desk, everybody in the arena and at home thought he wad dead. He got back up for more punishment in what is called an all-time must-see match and who could forget when Jim Ross uttered the words: "Good God almighty! That killed him! As God as my witness, he is broken in half!"

Even Undertaker himself though he had killed Foley who shared a personal anecdote last year about the Dead Man that he learned about after the match was over. He posted on his official Facebook page last year:

"June 28, 1998 - an unforgettable day for all Mankind. I later learned that The Undertaker thought I may have been dead at the time this photo was taken. My career and life both changed dramatically on that fateful night in Pittsburgh."

Tags: #wwe #mick foley #undertaker

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