Professional wrestling legend and WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley has asked fans if he should get his teeth fixed; the same ones knocked out 21 years ago by The Undertaker during their memorable Hell in a Cell clash at WWE’s 1998 King of the Ring pay-per-view.
"Hey everyone, it’s Mick Foley with a serious question," he said in a video message. "After looking at that video I just sent out to Buffalo—should I get my teeth fixed? I mean, this was 21 years ago [that] I got these bad boys knocked out by The Undertaker, and it’s a proud testament to a very important match but, man, I look awful. I’m 54 now, maybe I should get them fixed. Let me know what you think, and together we can reach a decision that works for all of us."
Legit question for you - should I get my bottom teeth fixed? pic.twitter.com/40oN5Bt7Gp— Mick Foley (@RealMickFoley) October 8, 2019
Foley made his name wrestling in heavy-hitting, hardcore matches. During his notable career, he performed under the gimmicks of Cactus Jack, Dude Love and Mankind and wrestled across the world, including Japan, Europe and North America, competing for both WCW and WWF during the '90s.
The teeth in question were knocked out after a chokeslam by The Undertaker sent Foley -- and a steel chair -- through the roof of the cell. When Foley landed, he was struck by the chair, which forced his teeth up into his nose.