WWE's Facebook page published a live video on Saturday afternoon which showed crew members setting up the cell. Likewise, when the cell was used a second time for the famous Undertaker vs. Mankind match at King of the Ring 1998, it was still the shorter cell that Foley famously was tossed off of (and later, took a choke slam through in the same bout). It's a case of, "Oh, it's after SummerSlam, so I guess we should fight... inside Hell in a Cell!" rather than settling scores, ending feuds and having epic blowoffs.
Taker also mentioned he wrestled the match with a fractured ankle. I mean it really could have, but I stepped off the panel and onto the support bars, if I hadn't of done that we would have both gone through that together. "To be completely honest, it's like "Crap, am I going to be able to get up there?'" Undertaker wondered". So if you can imagine, if I had stayed on that panel, my weight would have probably been on him too. "The answer was 'yes, ' because I mean, I would have gotten up there, I don't care how, but I would have gotten up there". "Then what happens? It's a scary thought".
Do you think this was the best Hell in a Cell match in history?