Last week, Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said that his nation would deliver a “‘punch’ that will stun world powers” on Feb. 11.

Well, that day has come.

And, it looks like Iran’s punch was more of pinch.

See, the Axis and Allies fan in me was expecting Iran to detonate a nuke. Instead, they’ve just announced that they can produce the uranium that can be used in a nuke. Yawn.

In a speech, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad “insisted the material was not intended to produce an atomic bomb, however,” according to the Daily Mail.

‘We have the capability to enrich uranium more than 20 percent or 80 percent (the level needed to create an atomic bomb),’ he said in a speech broadcast live on state television.

‘But we don’t enrich (to this level) because we don’t need it…

When we say we do not manufacture the bomb, we mean it, and we do not believe in manufacturing a bomb,’ he told the crowd. ‘If we wanted to manufacture a bomb we would announce it.’