WWE Makes Changes to the Hell In A Cell Cage

10 Bold Predictions for Hell in a Cell

10 Bold Predictions for Hell in a Cell

Shane McMahon vs The Undertaker is one of those memorable fights which took place inside the 20-foot structure and the build-up to this match occurred when Shane-O-Mac returned to WWE after six years and interrupted his father Vince McMahon, as the Chairman of WWE was about to present the Vincent J. McMahon Legacy of Excellence award to his daughter Stephanie McMahon. During the interview, Taker recalled just how much worse Foley's second fall from atop the cage could have been. "I stepped off of the panel and onto the support bars".

"Yeah, I did happen to have a fracture in my ankle, it was such an important time in the business, you knew you had to do it, so you just grit your teeth, go in there, and do what you do", He said via WrestlingInc. As Shane voiced his displeasure over the manner in which the company was being run, his father made a decision to give him a chance to join the company but only on one condition- beat The Dead Man in a Hell in a Cell match at Wrestlemania 32. So if you could imagine, if I had stayed on that panel, my weight would have probably been on him too. I don't care how but I would have got up there. "Then what happens? It's a scary thought". We can say the same for Mick Foley, who we recently discovered will be making his own return to the cell, not as a competitor, but as a referee for the main event.