Bruce and Johnny are eating Chinese food. Mmm. Bruce tries to assure Johnny that he did what he could. Johnny stares at his fortune-cookie message, which says, "The world will end soon. And it's probably your fault. Jerk." He says that his vision hasn't changed, and asks, "What if the problem isn't how he blocks the jab, or how he counters the Fitzsimmons Shift? Then it's me." Bruce says that's crazy, which seems like a dangerous thing to say to Johnny. Johnny wonders if it's a self-fulfilling prophecy, and says, "One bit of doubt, one bit of hesitation, and he's dead. And who planted that doubt? Me." But Johnny saw him dying before he mentioned the vision. So now he's having visions about the consequences of telling people about his visions? Hey, maybe that means that if he shuts up about the world ending, everything will be fine. Cool, we can all go home early. G'night everybody! Johnny goes on to wonder if maybe changing his prophecy will change what happens. Bruce translates that as lying, but Johnny says, "Maybe believing in a lie is better than knowing the truth." Bruce says that's a scary thought.
It's finally time for the big match. Danny and Tibbs weigh in. The fighters trade the customary pre-fight taunts, and a pre-fight fight starts when Tibbs says he'll comfort Danny's widow after the match. Johnny hurries over to push the guys apart, and gets another flash of his vision. Nothing changes in the vision, but afterwards Johnny starts screaming, "Ooo, he's going down!" The reporters get all excited, and Johnny says that Tibbs is going to lose. Jimmy D. interrupts and says that Johnny is a fraud. Danny stares into space wonderingly. Or else he's caught Johnny's habit of not blinking.
The ESPN guys talk about how there are paramedics and a neurosurgeon at the fight, and ask Jimmy D. whether he's gone overboard. They also mention that Johnny has changed his prediction. Jimmy D. says, "I admit [that] the gentleman's prognostications have proven a tad capricious." I think I love him. Jimmy D. wanders off to talk to Tibbs, and one of the reporters says, "There goes a guy who's never at a loss for words." The other reporter wonders if Danny's feeling better after the changed prediction. Gee, ya think?