WWE Legend Mick Foley Thinks Roman Reigns And Jey Uso Will Main Event Hell In A Cell
WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley thinks Roman Reigns and Jey Uso's Hell in a Cell "I Quit" Match will main event this Sunday's pay-per-view.
Reigns will put his Universal Championship on the line against his cousin and if he wins, Uso must refer to him as the 'Tribal Chief.'
The feud has become incredibly personal and speaking ahead of the show this weekend, Foley explained the match being "completely different" means it will likely go on last.
He told SPORTbible: "I always thought the main event was what the fans decide, even if it's after the fact.
"I always told superstars to not let their spot on the card dictate to you how important your match is, because every match and especially the three cell matches will try to steal the show.
"My guess is Roman and Jey will go on last because it's something completely different, but any of the other matches are main events in my eyes."
Foley is a pioneer of the cell match and is best known for his legendary match with The Undertaker at King of the Ring 1998, which saw Foley [while wrestling as Mankind] thrown from the top of the cell and through a table.
While he concedes some stars have probably had better matches since that fateful night, it's hard to have something as iconic.
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"I think that was the most memorable match, I think on a lot of levels, superstars have had much better matches inside the cell.
"It'll be hard to top that when it comes to being memorable, but I know each WWE superstar has put a lot of thought into it to create memories fans can hold on to for a long time."
The three-time WWE Champion concedes the cell match probably shortened his career, but he wouldn't change it for anything.
"I don't have any regrets. I have some small regrets about things I did later in my career. But no, I don't regret starting that match on top of the cell."
As well as going off the cell, 'Mrs Foley's Baby Boy' also saw himself chokeslammed through the cage and he crashed to the canvas below.
The short-term cost was missing teeth, multiple stitches below his lip, a dislocated jaw, a concussion, a bruised kidney as well as a dislocated shoulder.
"The cell collapsing when I was chokeslammed still has fallout for me!" Foley continued.
"I just paid $425 to remove my bottom flipper - which are false teeth, which were knocked out in that cell and I'll have to pay $15,000 or so to get those teeth fixed."
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