Video: The top 10 craziest bumps in Mick Foley's career

Mick Foley was a mad man all throughout his pro wrestling career, frequently sacrificing his body for the entertainment of the fans. With that in mind, here are the top 10 craziest bumps he took during his career.

Mick Foley will be going into the WWE Hall of Fame this year, as he's set to be officially inducted on Sat., April 6, 2013, at Madison Square Garden in New York City. In honor of that, the promotion has released yet another top 10 countdown video of the craziest bumps he's taken throughout his pro wrestling career.

Naturally, number one on the list is the most obvious: Undertaker tossing Foley's Mankind persona off the top of the Hell in a Cell structure at King of the Ring back in 1998.

That's a moment that likely won't ever be topped by anyone.

He had plenty of other insane bumps throughout his career, ones that probably hurt just as much if not more even though they may not have looked as impressive. That includes a suplex across a safety rail or a straight back bump from the ring apron down onto a concrete floor.

All on the list and in the video above. Enjoy!

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