Cage matches are a rarity these days in the WWE but with them, comes one thing we all look forward too.
Everyone hopes that a cage match will result in a high risk move where one man will risk life and limb by leaping onto the other.
Well this past Monday night on RAW, we were treated to two cage dives, the first came from Chris Jericho in his match with Bray Wyatt.
The second came from Seth Rollins during the Authorities relentless attack on Roman Reigns.
As a result of the events of Monday night, WWE published a new gallery on their website of some of the best cage dives in the history of the WWE.
It is a great walk down memory lane as it reviews some of the greatest cage dives in history, but in my opinion, it misses out on one very crucial one.
You can see the whole gallery here
A walk through history
The gallery does of course feature that most famous of cage dives from Jimmy Superfly Snuka onto Bob Backlund.
Cody Rhodes and Kane make appearances in the playlist with their infamous dives which were decades apart.
One name most people would probably not associate with cage dives also shows up on the list.
WWE Legend, Rikishi.
Rikishi is clearly no stranger to falling from heights - lets not forget the Undertaker chokeslamming him from the top of the cell at Armageddon 2000.
His cage dive against Val Venis is on their list now though and it is eerily similar to Jericho's from Monday night.
Rikishi, like Jericho hurt his knee badly on the landing and was left rolling around in agony.
Unsurprisingly, well known high flyer Jeff Hardy makes an appearance but in my opinion, it is for the wrong reasons.
His cage dive on an episode of RAW where he landed on Umaga, was very entertaining, but in my opinion, the wrong one.
Personally, if you're looking for Jeff Hardy's best cage dive, you need look no further than Survivor Series 2001.