The phrase goes "only one way to find out", and it needs to be treated with caution. Both drums and drum mics come in a large number of varieties and may, or may not, withstand that kind of punishment. It's potentially quite an exciting stunt on stage, but it comes with an element of risk.
How willing are you to risk damaging your kick drum?
How easily can you afford a new one?
Some people choose to take the risk when it could really cause problems for the band at future gigs.
Often for very large touring productions, there will be spare instruments handy, just in-case. (But we really are talking about bands which have 'made it', here. They'll also have such luxuries as guitar techs and drum techs, gear sponsors and carpenters, in case things really get nasty.
There was an incident at a gig where I worked for a while, the singer demolished their drum kit while the drummer was playing, cymbals flying everywhere, it was pretty exciting. Only, they did it when there was £10,000 worth of moving lights on the drum rise. Needless to say, the venue owner was not happy.
In short, it's a bit like climbing lighting rigs, swinging mics by the cable or throwing a guitar around you on it's strap. Just because it can be done, and it is possible to do so safely, does not mean it should be. In all such cases, don't you dare do it when it's my gear at stake ;)
Think about what you're risking, gear (yours, shared or venue-owned gear), and health. If it's only your things at risk, you need to make a judgement about how much risk you want to take.