On this date in WWF history: Undertaker chokeslams Rikishi from atop the 'Hell in the Cell'

Mankind may have done it first but Rikishi getting chokeslammed off the top of the Hell in a Cell structure by Undertaker on this date in WWF history was still incredibly awesome.

On December 10, 2000, Kurt Angle defeated Stone Cold Steve Austin, Triple H, The Undertaker, Rikishi, and The Rock in a six-man "Hell in the Cell" at Armageddon.

The big bump was Undertaker's slight nudge chokeslam on Rikishi from the top of the steel cage, which Jim Ross, as he always does, sold like it was the greatest spot he's ever seen.

It was certainly a huge drop and just as awesome was the reactions from both Stone Cold and The Rock, who stand inside the cage, mouths agape.

Classic stuff.

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