Tito Ortiz says Matt Hamill is easy to knock out because…he’s deaf

I was getting chicken yesterday and I saw on the menu that cheesesticks is now a side-order. It’s about time. This new side-order saves me so much hard work. The side-order naming committee deserves a pat on the back for that one. Next on the list, ‘Mike and Ikes‘. I never had them with chicken but who knows, it’s 2010. Anything will fly. Even the notion that deaf people have lower head densities due to an apparent lack of equilibrium. This is all based on a lesson in anatomy taught by Tito Ortiz on tonight’s episode of Inside MMA. Here’s what he said regarding his former student turned opponent, Matt Hamill.

He’s deaf so he has a soft head. You people don’t know this. Watch how Franklin knocked him out quick. You hit him with soft shots because their equilibrium…they don’t have no equilibrium. You hit them with small shots, I’m not looking for big shots, I’m looking for small shots. By the second, middle of the third round you’re going to see someone go to sleep”

Just look at you, thinking deaf people had the exact same anatomy as ‘normal people’. If it weren’t for Tito Ortiz and his daily drops of knowledge, you would most likely forget to breathe or mistakenly place a fork full of broccoli in your eye instead of your mouth. [Source]

Published on August 6, 2010 at 12:02 pm
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