Today in Pro Wrestling History (June 28): Mankind and The Undertaker face off in Hell in a Cell

Today in Pro Wrestling History: On June 28th 1998, At the WWF King of the Ring pay-per-view, one of the most violent and memorable matches of all time takes place between The Undertaker and Mankind (Mick Foley).

Today in Pro Wrestling History (June 28): Mankind and The Undertaker face off in Hell in a Cell

Today In Pro Wrestling History June 28

In two iconic moments, Mankind is thrown off the Hell in a Cell cage, and then recovers, only to be chokes-lammed through the cage for his troubles. The match mercifully ends with the Undertaker victorious, but Mick Foley is forever emblazoned in wrestling and pop culture lore.

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