A German hacker found a way to silence the sound of the vuvuzela from the 2010 World Cup by discovering the exact frequency emitted by the devices and creating a program to remove it from the broadcast. Chances are that same German hacker is unemployed hence the entire reason why he would have the time to create a program to block the sound of vuvuzelas from the World Cup. If you have a phobia of the Wu-Tang Killa Bees, then it’s understandable why you could be annoyed at the sound of an ever-present buzz. Dana White doesn’t plan on entering the 36 chambers and that’s why he’s banned vuvuzelas from UFC 116.
“This decision was pretty simple for me. Vuvuzelas make the most horrific sound I’ve ever heard. I’d rather let Brock punch me in the face than hear 15,000 people blow on those things. This is the biggest heavyweight fight we’ve ever done. We’ll make enough noise this weekend when Brock and Shane finally step inside the Octagon.”
Clearly, I would much rather prefer hearing the sound of a vuvuzela as opposed to being punched in the face by Brock Lesnar. I guess that’s why I will never be the CEO of the largest mixed martial arts organization in the world.