We look back atone of the most famous matches in WWE history when The Undertaker threw Mankind off the top of Hell in a Cell.
The clash between The Undertaker and Mankind at King of the Ring in 1998 remains one of the greatest contests in WWE history as the company celebrates its 20th anniversary.
The match at King of the Ring is remembered as a brutal wrestling masterpiece with Mick Foley, as his alias Mankind, and the Undertaker putting themselves through unimaginable pain inside the steel structure.
Foley was thrown from the top of the cell through a table about 20ft below, leading to one of the most memorable commentary outbursts of ‘my god, they’ve killed him!’ by a shocked Jim Ross.
Medical treatment arrived and Vince McMahon ordered the cell be lifted, only for Foley to insist the match continue only for him later to be thrown from the top of the cell for a second time, this time through the ceiling and onto the mat.
One of the most memorable WWE photos of all-time is of Foley’s tooth coming through his nose after his second fall from the cell.
Watch the video above to relive the memorable match…