It's the End of the World As We Know It
Hell in the Cell flashback number two features Cactus Jack hitting Triple H in the face with a barbed-wire-covered, flaming, piece of wood. Ah yes. The memories.
Stephanie talks to her father about how scared she is for her husband, Triple H. Vince says that he'll talk to Foley and "put a stop to this right now."
Earlier today, Kevin Kelley interviewed the Undertaker about tonight's Hell in the Cell match. The interview takes place in the ring, inside the cell. 'Taker reminds everyone about his own historic matches, many of which have taken place in a cell. He claims that the cell brings out a side in him that is "more animal than it is human." 'Taker reminisces about his first Hell in the Cell match with Shawn Michaels, where he made Michaels bleed, and threw him off the top of the cell. Next, 'Taker reminisces about chokeslamming Mick Foley through the top of the cage to the mat below, and later in the same match, he threw Foley from the top of the cell through a table. As an aside, some fans consider that match to be the greatest wrestling match of all time. If you haven't seen it, you should, if only to appreciate the monster bumps that Foley takes. 'Taker wraps it up by noting that those matches made his opponents famous, and he wonders who will become famous tonight.
Vince comes out to the ring with his stooges. No motorized wheelchair tonight. Vince gets on the mike and says that he meant "every word [he] said on last Thursday night's Smackdown!," especially the terrible things he said about his wife. Vince is sincerely concerned about the welfare of the wrestlers participating in tonight's Hell in the Cell match and Mick Foley won't listen to his fears. Man, they are really selling this match. If someone doesn't take a huge bump, the fans are going to be really disappointed. Vince asks the crowd to support him in not allowing the Hell in the Cell match to happen, and to show their support by standing. As you would expect, not many people stand up, and Vince claims that the "carnage" will be on the conscience of both Mick Foley and everyone in the crowd.