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For All Mankind: The Life And Career Of Mick Foley Blu-Ray Review

18 April 2013 9:30 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

In 1998 something happened to change Wrestling forever as, during the second Hell In A Cell match, Mankind (Mick Foley) was thrown from the top of the cell – approximately 16 feet – through a table. Whilst this feat was incredible it was the following 10 minutes that live long in the memory as Mankind was chokeslammed through the top of the cell, tombstoned by his opponent The Undertaker, and lost teeth all at his own will. During this match doctors tended to Foley three times and on each occasion help was ignored, he returned to the ring to finish his job of entertaining the crowd. That last statement is what runs through this career-retrospective documentary, Mick Foley loves to entertain.

Running at 134 minutes the documentary portion of this package is tremendously thorough looking back at Mick’s beginnings, his WCW and Ecw runs and of course his time in WWE, unsurprisingly absent is any »

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