I am bored. Ask me shit.
I was a hard guy to feel really sympathetic for. We had a match. Not a high-profile one, but a match on WCW Main Event. It was like night and day. Because he’s so much bigger than me, I was able to get the sympathy [from the fans] that I was lacking.
It was so brutal. He split the top of my eyebrow open, split me underneath my eye and broke my nose. I have a small nose. It doesn’t break easily. On the day of the second match, I had such an ominous feeling. Everything seemed darker that day; even the halls at Center Stage seemed dark. I even went to the extent of writing my wife a letter in case things didn’t go so well.
Vader powerbombed me onto the arena floor. As soon as I hit the concrete, I thought, ‘Oh, that wasn’t so bad,’ Then it was, ‘Now I’m having trouble feeling my foot and one of my hands.’ It was the biggest, toughest, most aggressive guy in the business doing one of the most dangerous moves on concrete.
At Halloween Havoc, I remember thinking vividly, ‘This is the peak of my career and I’m never going to get this high again.’ I was wrestling that match like it was my last ever.
I’m very proud of what Vader and I did in the ring together. It was a different rivalry in the sense that he was such a commanding, dominant figure and a monster in ways that the WWE Superstars were not.
The Vader matches were ahead of their time in terms of physicality and brutality. [They] helped cement my reputation as a very physical performer. - Mick Foley
Andddd this is my #1
Taz and Sabu 
A great candid of one of pro wrestling’s most intense rivalries. I imagine Heyman taking this with a disposable camera and smiling like a lunatic.
Good feud, in my top 5