The Undertaker Hails WWE Hall of Famer A “True Bada**”

The Undertaker

The Undertaker has had a number of high profile opponents throughout his decades-long WWE career, and one of his most famous rivals is fellow WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley.

Throughout their decades in the wrestling business, The Undertaker and Mick Foley faced off inside the squared circle on a number of occasions with a number of stipulations, including the very first Buried Alive match. However, none of their matches is more well known than their infamous Hell in a Cell bout at King of the Ring 1998.

While The Undertaker had competed inside the structure against Shawn Michaels on a previous occasion, his bout with Foley has become synonymous with the cage itself. Near the beginning of the bout, Foley and Undertaker ascended to the top of the Cell, and Foley was thrown from the roof onto the announce table, leading Jim Ross to yell that he was “broken in half.”

Despite falling from such a height, Foley continued the bout, and later found himself on the roof again with his foe. When The Deadman chokeslammed Foley onto the roof of the cell, the fencing gave way and Foley fell into the ring below, knocking out multiple teeth and giving him a concussion. Even though he was severely injured, Foley still managed to appear in the main event match between Shawn Michaels and Stone Cold Steve Austin.

“He’s A True Bada**” – The Undertaker On Mick Foley

Taking to social media to promote the latest episode of A&E’s WWE Rivals series that focuses on their iconic feud, The Undertaker had high praise for Foley, saying that making history together was one of the highlights of his WWE career.

“To share the ring & so many history making moments with @RealMickFoleywas one of the greatest highlights of my career! He’s a true bada**! Witness the story behind our rivalry on an all-new episode of @WWE Rivals tonight at 10/9c on @AETV!”

While ‘Taker received some backlash for not mentioning Foley in his 2022 Hall of Fame acceptance speech, Foley made it clear that he wasn’t bothered by the omission, even joking that he forgot to mention his own wife during his speech in 2013.