What did the hook kick say to the face? Nothing, feet don't have vocal chords or brains to formulate thoughts. They're controlled by a central nervous system that is housed in a person's brain stem which is located in their skull. Through synaptic signals being transferred through the nervous system, the foot is told to be lifted and then hooked to a person's face -- thus knocking them out. The hook kick says nothing to the face. Sorry to rain on your parade.
This past weekend undefeated flyweight Justin Scoggins wrapped up his fifth professional win by introducing his heel to his opponent's chin. It's a pretty impressive knockout, perhaps the first hook kick KO the MMA world has ever witnessed. Check it out below.