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  • now.

  • One of the reasons we really want to have you on is that you you do stand out in the world of wrestling.

  • As a guy who will do anything, you will risk your body.

  • You will hurt yourself.

  • I mean, really hurt yourself.

  • You have You've lost a near wrestling.

  • Is that true?

  • I lost two thirds of a near I guess you know that's okay.

  • It's not quite as bad.

  • Yeah, You lost.

  • I mean, what happened?

  • I mean, I was in Munich, Germany, and I was doing a move when I end up getting my net caught in the ropes, which actually, uh, steel cables coded by rubber.

  • And although my opponent later claims he saved my life by pulling me out of their fans, videotape showed that he actually had his back turned towards me was, uh, yelling at the fans.

  • And I like him to kind of like the wolf that choose off its paw.

  • You know, I literally I'm not exaggerate when I say I thought I was going to die and they're so tight on my ropes tied on my next when I pulled out of the year didn't just come off it ended up that I got back in.

  • And there's quite a bit of blood coming down here.

  • A little pitter patters of blood on the blue mat and that little pitter patter a little bit about your telling so nice this story when I on that matter.

  • Well, yeah, When the When Vader threw a punch, I blocked it and I threw my own punch.

  • And there you see something obviously fall off the side of my head.

  • Uh, that's gonna be disconcerting to see a part of yourself.

  • Like What's that?

  • Oh, right.

  • Well, the truth was, that's me.

  • It's a strange series of events because we've actually had to.

  • Referees were flown home with injuries, had a French referee who who was not able to tell me that.

  • Hey, I've got your ear here.

  • So he picked it up.

  • He handed it to the ring announcer.

  • And while the match was still going on, the ring announcer kinda tiptoed it to the back where when I finished, it was waiting for me in a bag of ice.

  • That's nice.

  • They put it on ice for you.

  • That's very considerate people over there.

  • How many?

  • How many stitches have you had in your whole, uh, you know, it's probably had about 50 behind that here beforehand.

  • So there went 50 right away.

  • I've probably had about, uh, you know, over 300.

  • But, uh, so I could hit you right now You just fall apart.

  • No, no, I'm actually pretty good at taking punishment.

  • That's kind of my calling card.

  • And there's kind of, like, a matter of personal pride where you don't actually go to the emergency room unless you really need it.

  • That's for wimps.

  • That's what I say.

  • It was getting to the point where that the doctors knew me on a first name basis.

  • There.

  • You again.

  • So, you know, you learn to kind of patch yourself up with a little bit of Krazy Glue are, uh, or tape.

  • So I've had I've had quite a few injuries.

  • Well, I wanna let's prove this to people because they're a lot of people that don't know this.

  • About a year and a half ago, you had what many people believe to be the greatest match of all time.

  • It was you versus the undertaker, and it clearly went beyond the bounds of anything people have seen in wrestling before.

  • Let's take a look at this clip right here and show people what happened.

  • You're on top of a cage.

  • That's about 16 ft down.

  • Now that Z now that Okay, You know what?

  • We weren't showing the same fall over and over again.

  • That was three times.

  • There's no reason to concerned.

  • Is that was fake.

  • Yeah, Yeah.

  • I mean, that's the thing is you look at that.

  • You're like, there's no way that you could fake falling.

  • How many feet was that?

  • It was legitimate.

  • 16 ft 16 ft Fall onto a table and you didn't stop there.

  • They started to take you on a stretcher, and you gotta just felt like it was a pay per view.

  • The fans paid $30.

  • I felt like maybe I'd given him about $20 worth they needed.

  • They needed more what they wanted.

  • Let's show what you did after they after you woke up from that.

  • Look, I'm hot.

  • This is the same night, right?

  • Adrenaline's going through my body.

  • I climb up the cage, Right.

  • That's exactly what I would dio.

  • Yeah, actually, there, uh, chair that followed me down with actually knocked out a couple of my teeth.

  • Now here comes the thumbtacks, which I had made famous over in Japan.

  • Boom!

  • See that thing in my nose?

  • Now, wait a minute.

  • Let Zio a couple of things.

  • First of all, those air like those were real tax.

  • That's not I mean, you know, I wasn't able to find with some fans think actually exist, which is like a fake thumbtacks store where you buy your fake chairs, you know?

  • Yeah, it was a real deal.

  • There was about 6000 of them, and I'd say about five or 600 ended up in my body.

  • Really?

  • Yeah.

  • So after And also you went in the fall when you fell through the through the cage.

  • That was not supposed to happen.

  • Yeah, you fell and you lost a tooth cage, pulled an ad lib on me and we went through.

  • Yeah, if you could see it.

  • I don't know if you could see a lot of a lot of fans watch this tape over and over and over, and I firmly believe that they don't have girlfriends.

  • Anyone who's seen that, uh, match more than three or four times?

  • Probably.

  • Well, anyway, hey, You know what I'm talking about?

  • E doesn't date a lot.

  • You know, what I love is you said those guys don't have girlfriends.

  • And one guy went, Yeah, not the reaction I had in high school when I didn't have a girlfriend.

  • Now you lost a tooth, and the tooth went in your nose way.

  • Have a picture of this.

  • It's not for the squeamish.

  • Can we see this, please?

  • You see that?

  • It looks like I'm smiling.

  • They thought I was smiling.

  • Look at this man.

  • Guy.

  • What is trying to do is trying to push my tongue through the hole underneath my lip.

  • Okay?

  • I had about I thought, you know, I'm gonna go above and beyond that $30 limit.

  • I'm really gonna you know, I'm going to give them something they can remember, But it's been talked about.

  • I mean, a famous match.

  • Yeah.

  • I mean, I'll never you know, that's like what Chappaquiddick is to Ted Kennedy.

  • Hell, in the cell is to make it all.

  • So what a wonderful thing to say.

  • Uh, before we go because we're running very tight on time here, Quickly you're famous for you use a smelly sweat sock called socko to disable your opponents on.

  • We only have a second, but there's Sokka, have Mr Socko, but I do.

  • I apply on a nerve hold, which is made doubly effective with the use of a smelly sweat sock.

  • And I go underneath the tongue is a hold that Dr Sam Shepherd of the fugitive fame, the doctor who?

  • Another great reference for the fugitive based on you go underneath the tongue and the fans at home.

  • It's the only move that you can actually trying yourselves.

  • So around the country you might wanna open up, go underneath the tongue and press down on the two nerves while simultaneously.

  • Big word for a wrestler pressing up on the little bone that goes underneath the jaw.

  • And you can actually paralyze people by doing sure the paralyzing pain they can and the swelling the smelly sweat sock is just to humiliate them while you're doing it.

  • Yeah, well, before we go, we're just about out of time.

  • But I know you're a sports fan.

  • People are curious who you're rooting for in the World Series.

  • Well, I grew up in Long Island, and there's actually a little section in my book about the fondness I have for the memories of my dad taking me to Yankee Stadium, where usedto wait for the ball players.

  • So I'd like Thio.

  • I'd like to see the Yankees e Okay, great.

  • Thank you.

  • E o Nicely done.

  • Oh, Mick, I am so sorry that happened.

  • He'll be fine.

  • Uh, well, the book the book is called Have a nice day.

  • It's a tale of blood and sweat socks.

  • And you did not use a ghostwriter.

  • You wrote this yourself.

  • You don't want to mention that.

  • Uh, Mick, it was so great having you on the show a comeback, Jimmy.

  • Shit.

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Mick Foley Explains How He Lost Part Of His Ear - "Late Night With Conan O'Brien"

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