Former pro wrestler Virgil claims he's had sex with a million women, but it's safe to say the numbers don't add up.
The WWE veteran — real name Michael Jones — made the suggestion during a recent appearance on The Breadstick Diaries podcast.
Speaking with host Vinny Vegas, Virgil agreed to answer a few questions from the fans, including one who asked: "What's your number Virgil, how many girls?"
And he was more than happy to oblige.
"I don't know, maybe like... worldwide? Probably a million," he says.
Vinny can't contain his laughter, telling him: "Virgil, come on, a million?"
The former sports entertainment star maintains his claim, responding: "Yep, you've got like how many people in the world?"
Vinny then asks: "So you’re claiming right now, you’re telling me, your estimated number of women you had sex with is a million?”
Virgil replies that 'it could've been', with the interviewer then pointing out that his number is 'more than Ric Flair'.
Despite sounding very sure that he's been with so many women, the viewers were on hand to rebuff his lofty estimations.
As said by one commenter: "Okay, I did the math: Virgil was born April 7th, 1951. For him to been with 1,000,000 women, that’s an average of one women every 37.5 minutes of his entire life since birth."
In response, another wrote: "I did the math as well over 40 years of wrestling. About 60 or so a day lol."
A third commented: "No way. Ric Flair was THE man and had 10,000+. Sorry Virgil/Vincent/Soul Train Jones I don’t believe it."
So yes, while Virgil might have thrown a mil out there in this proverbial d**k swinging contest, it appears he may have been exaggerating just a tad.
And while we're on the topic, Ric Flair maintains that he's slept with over 10,000 women throughout his WWE career.
The 73-year-old made the claims in a 2017 ESPN documentary on his life and career as a the so-called Nature Boy.
Ric Flair had sex with 10,000 women. Dont ever tell me wrestling is fake. pic.twitter.com/FAuwF74zJ6— KFC (@KFCBarstool) November 8, 2017
If you want to crunch the numbers, that means if Flair has been sexually active since 16, he's bedded three different women a week for 54 years on average.
His lothario lifestyle was the complete opposite to 80s icon Hulk Hogan, who portrayed an American hero and was a massive fan favourite.
How did the man himself sum up that difference? Quite simply, he said: "He was selling vitamins and milk. I was selling sex and booze."
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