Mankind vs. The Undertaker at King of the Ring 1998 is one of the most famous WWE Hell in a Cell matches.
If you have one of those friends who says, "Wrestling is fake," or, "They know how to fall," just show them the video above. I'm curious as to what they would say.
Hands down, this match solidified Mankind/Mick Foley as one of the gutsiest professional wrestlers ever. You won't see another spot like this on WWE TV ever again.
Undertaker threw Mankind from the top of the cell through the Spanish announce table. Somehow, Mankind recovered from the nasty fall and proceeded to climb the cage once more.
Once he reached the top, Mankind suffered another dangerous fall. This time, the spot didn't go as planned.
Undertaker gave Mankind a Chokeslam on top of the cell. Part of the cell broke, and in a matter of seconds, he was laid out in the ring.
After receiving medical assistance, Mankind was back on his feet and finished the match.
Mankind suffered one-and-a-half missing teeth, 14 stitches below his lip, a concussion, a dislocated jaw, a bruised kidney and a dislocated shoulder.
I remind you, this was a wrestling match, not a car crash.
In an interview on Off the Record, Undertaker said that "time stood still" when he saw Mankind crash through the announce table. It was an eerie moment.
Fun fact: Apparently, Undertaker wrestled this match with a broken foot.