Mick Foley Reveals His Most PAINFUL WWE Moment Ever

Getting thrown off Hell In A Cell wasn't Mick Foley's most painful WWE moment...

The Undertaker Mankind Hell In A Cell

Mick Foley revealed his most painful WWE moment during a teaser clip for his upcoming appearance on Steve Austin's 'Broken Skull Sessions' show.

'Stone Cold' asked his old pal to rank bumps from 1-10. If a moment was more painful than 10, then Foley was asked to shout JR's iconic "Good God almighty!" line from the 1998 King Of The Ring in response. He only did that for one moment in particular.

Incredibly, Mick said that getting thrown off the Hell In A Cell structure by The Undertaker (which prompted that amazing commentary from Jim Ross) "would be a nine". He then went on to reveal that the second big bump of the night, which saw Foley crash through HIAC to the canvas below, was the most agonising of his entire company career.


Other memorable bumps, like his flaming table spot with Edge at WrestleMania 22, only got a "one". Mick said he was so happy they pulled it off that he barely even felt the pain until afterwards. Similarly, his stiff back bump onto concrete at SummerSlam 1996 (also against 'Taker) was handed a "seven".

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