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Paul London knew something was wrong when WWE officials were asking him what year it was and what town he was in.
"They're asking me how many fingers I have up, basic questions like that to see if I'm still there," London told WWE.com. "I guess it looked pretty bad."
London is referring to the end of his six-man tag-team match Thursday night when Juventud attempted a 450 Splash, only to have his knee slam right into London's left eye on the landing.
"It was just a split second and it felt like someone just stepped directly on my left eye," London said. "I didn't black out or anything, but I was completely dizzy."
London left the ring under his own power and later had X-rays taken at a local hospital where everything came out clean.
"Everyone backstage was convinced I broke my eye socket," London said. "But I really didn't feel that much pain after."
London is now resting at home, where he sports a swollen and slightly bruised eye.
"I'm still a little groggy," London said. "Basically his knee scraped my eye socket. It's one of those freak things you can't control. It could have been a lot worse, but it also could have been a lot better."