Shane McMahon shocked the entire WWE universe by jumping off the top of the Hell In A Cell at ‘WrestleMania 32.’ It was just like when Mick Foley (aka Mankind) was thrown off the top in 1998. Is Shane’s dive more jaw-dropping than Mick’s legendary fall? Click to watch and vote!
The Undertaker, 51, may have walked out of WrestleMania 32 the winner, but it was Shane McMahon, 46, who had the biggest highlight of the night! Shane dove off the Hell In The Cell cage, just like Mankind (aka Mick Foley, 50) did nearly 20 years ago. Did Shane just dethrone Mick as the most “OMG!” dive in WWE history?
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Shane must have been thinking about Mick’s legendary 1998 match with The Undertaker when the climbed to the top of the cage during WrestleMania on April 3. Shane, just like Mick, was willing to sacrifice his body in order to win the match. After saying a quick prayer, the son of Vince McMahon, 70, jumped off the cage and fell 20 feet! Unfortunately, the Undertaker moved and Shane went through a table! Be your own WWE superstar with this impressive WrestleMania gear..
“For the love of mankind, Shane just exploded through our table,” announcer Michael Cole, 47, screamed as he witnessed Shane’s catastrophic dive! It seemed that even Michael had Mick’s famous fall on his mind. Sadly, Shane didn’t connect like he did on Raw. He never recovered and one Tombstone Piledriver later, The Undertaker emerged victorious.
The results were the same as the match during the 1998 King of the Ring pay-per-view. In the third ever Hell In A Cell, The Undertaker took on Mankind in one of the most iconic moments in WWE history. After Taker and Mick got on top of the cage, the Deadman threw his opponent off the steel structure and through the Spanish announcers’ table.
“Good God almighty! Good God almighty!” screamed legendary WWE announcer, Jim Ross, 64. “They’ve killed him! As God is my witness, he is broken in half!” Even the Undertaker thought he had done the unthinkable, as he told Off The Record, per the Bleacher Report, “Time stopped…I didn’t think Mick Foley would get up from that.”
Thankfully, Mick survived to see another day. In fact, he made a surprise appearance alongside two men who have also faced The Undertaker in Hell In A Cell: Shawn Michaels, 50, and “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, 51. While Mick didn’t go through any tables this time, his WrestleMania highlight was quite incredible (but not as shocking as Shane’s!)
Which Hell In A Cell dive is the most jaw-dropping, shocking and hellacious fall of all time, HollywoodLifers? Be sure to vote!