WWE legend Mick Foley would welcome a Hell in a Cell rematch against The Undertaker in Saudi Arabia if the money is right.
The Middle Eastern country has been accused of severe human rights violations and journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed after going into the Saudi Consulate in Turkey last year.
Despite the controversy, WWE are set to hold their third star-studded show in Saudi Arabia next month.
Brock Lesnar, Goldberg and The Undertaker have been confirmed for the show, while Kane and Shawn Michaels wrestled at the Crown Jewell event last November.
But could Foley, 53, be tempted out of retirement for a repeat of a legendary Hell in a Cell match where The Undertaker threw him off the 16-foot cage in 1998?
He told talkSPORT’s Will Gavin: “A friend of mine said ‘[do you] take exception to the state of things over there [in Saudi Arabia]?’ and ‘how would you do it?’ and I’m lucky enough I don’t have to make that choice.
“I have to be honest, I can be had for a certain price.
“If they wanted a rematch of the cell badly enough and were willing to pay for it, then my God they’d probably get it!
“I’d be working slower than I did 21 years ago!”