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Agnithrax
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09:45:37 PM Oct 15th 2013
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I can't for the life of me remember the comedian's name, but I believe there was a white male comedian who first coined this phrase in the late 80's or early 90's as part of his set. The humor of this line deriving from a play against type as the comedian was rather unassuming so hearing him 'talk smack' was pretty funny. Another line from this routine went something like "I'll hit you so hard your kids'll be born dizzy." If this helps jog anyone's memory or aid in tracing the line to it's source I hope your youtube searches trying to suss out who it was go better than mine did. Cheers!

After reviewing the main page for this trope, the way the comedian phrased the line went: There will be 2 hits, I'll hit you and you'll hit the floor. Hope it helps.
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