Tony Hawk’s Worst-Ever Injury Happened When He Was with the Jackass Crew

Tony Hawk recently discussed with the worst injury of his career donkey Star Steve-O. The professional skater appeared in an episode of MTV Wildboyz In 2003, where he attempted “Loop of Death”, which is how the incident happened. Starred in the show donkey With cameos from crew members Steve-O and Chris Pontius, Johnny Knoxville, V-Man, Manny Puig, Wu-Tang Clan Method Man and more. while Wildboyz Lasted only four seasons, it had a big impact Jackass 2 And even the third installment, according to director Jeff Tremaine.

In a recent episode of Steve-O’s Wild Ride podcast, Tony Hawk Discussed their 2003 Wildboyz Injury. As it turns out, the stunt was supposed to be Steve-O, but he broke his ankle while performing a stunt involving Porta Potty. So, Hawk came on board and decided to take on the “Loop of Death”, also known as a full pipe in the skating world. Hawk misjudges his pace and ends up hurting himself very badly. He explains.

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“The problem was that the initial ramp was too slow, and so I tried to proceed to the starting ramp and that sent me into the wrong position for the loop. I ended up shooting through flying through the loop and landing on my hip. Ki. My head. I was knocked out and I realized that I shouldn’t have taken the loop. That was very ugly and life-long. “

Tony Hawk broke his pelvis, broke his thumb, fractured his skull, and suffered an injury during Wildboyz Filming. Steve-O says to see that Sarah Hawk was very upset and kept repeating notes that Hawk did not want his children to see the footage when he was being carried on the stretcher. Hawk acknowledges that the stretcher was when he first remembers waking up from his constriction due to the immense pain he had sustained from his broken pelvis.

Steve-O said that one of the most disturbing things to watch Tony Hawk go down is saying something after making it all donkey Movies and tv shows. As for the “death loop” footage, Wildboyz And director Jeff Tremaine didn’t choose how annoying it was. But, when MTV was doing a series called Hurt, They reached Tremaine for footage that asked for permission from Hawke.

MTV premiered “Loop of Death” footage Hurt, And it is not pleasant to see. Tony Hawk said it took a long time to recover from his injuries and noted that there is nothing to really do except stay in bed. The pro-skater says that even coughing will hurt his entire body. Thankfully, Hawk survived and didn’t end up with any long-lasting damage, and as seen in the new interview, he can now look back and laugh at it. You can watch the interview with Tony Hawk above, thanks to Steve-O’s Wild Ride YouTube channel. You can watch the infamous footage below, but warn yourself, because it’s graphic.

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