Mick Foley Offers Hilarious Hell In A Cell Advice To Finn Balor Ahead Of WrestleMania 39

Mick Foley cuts a promo

If there’s one person who knows a thing or two about Hell in a Cell matches it’s Mick Foley.

The Hardcore Legend is synonymous with the unforgiving steel structure having been thrown off, through and into the Cell on many occasions.

Foley has completed in four Hell in a Cell matches all of which resulted in him suffering a loss. His first, and most famous outing was against the Undertaker at King of the Ring in 1998. The match lives forever in infamy as it features one of the most insane spots in professional wrestling history.

His other famous Hell in a Cell match came at No Way Out 2000 when he donned his legendary Cactus Jack persona to face HHH. The match involved, barbed wire, fire and of course another breath-taking and potentially career-ending bump.

Mick Foley Has Gifted Finn Balor Some Sage Advice Before His Hell In A Cell Match At WrestleMania 39

As WWE gears up for WrestleMania 39 big-time matches are getting added to the card. The latest is Edge vs. Finn Balor inside Hell in a Cell.

Edge and Balor have been at each other’s throats for months and simply cannot let their hatred dissipate. Ever since Balor usurped Edge from his own faction, the Judgement Day they have been intertwined in rivalry.

The feud led them to several heated battles including an “I Quit” match at Extreme Rules which resulted in Rhea Ripley taking out Beth Phoenix with a con-chair-to. The four enemies met at Royal Rumble in tag team action, but despite being defeated the group continued to target the Rated-R Superstar and his family.

Now they finally get to settle their differences at WrestleMania inside the unforgiving structure of Hell in a Cell.

Upon accepting the match. the leader of the Judgement Day took to social media to ask Foley for his advice to which the hardcore legend hilariously replied:

“Hello Finn, This is Mick! Remember, you are asking a guy who has never actually won one of these. Probably best to study every single thing I did in my #HIAC matches…and then do the exact opposite.”