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Liam Neeson Arm Wrestles With Jimmy Fallon

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Liam Neeson’s particular skill #432: arm wrestling.
 
As Jimmy Fallon discovered to his detriment on The Tonight Show yesterday evening, when not punching Hollywood extras in the throat, the gravel-voiced star clearly likes manhandling people off the camera as well.
 
Fallon invited the Taken 3 (Tak3n) for a little bout of arm wrestling, which the actor, quickly showing his intentions by flipping a toothpick in his mouth, was into the grappling pose in no time at all.
 
Though we should point out it was very much about flexing the vocal muscles here, as the pair comically go back and forth describing what the respective person would do once they win the arm wrestle, with Fallon claiming he’d go to Starbucks and tell the barista his name was Papa. 
 
His opponent doesn’t rest lightly, mind, giving as good as he gets and even spouting his oft-quited line from Taken, but we won’t spoil the result for you.
 
Enjoy the action below.

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