Joe Rogan is greater than only a color commentator in 2021. The previous Youtuber-podcaster, who transcended his content material to Spotify in September of 2020 is now occupied together with his latest ongoing drama related together with his analysis and remedy of Covid-19. Other than this, the comic is often busy together with his scheduled exhibits across the USA.
Nonetheless, we will always remember that Joe Rogan- alongside former commentator Mike Goldberg– has been the a part of pioneering the expansion of UFC as a battle present for the reason that late 90s. Goldberg left the UFC on the finish of 2016 however Rogan too has been on and off amongst his commentary staff ever for the reason that MMA’s first promotional big was bought by Zuffa to WME-IMG.
Extra on color commentator, comic and podcaster Joe Rogan’s return at UFC 268
Joe Rogan was final seen at UFC 264, you might bear in mind the notorious interview he did with Conor McGregor sitting on the cage facet following McGregor’s trilogy loss to UFC Light-weight Dustin Poirier. Rogan was not solely busy together with his schedule doing different issues apart however he additionally caught Covid earlier this 12 months that sidelined him from the eye within the UFC.
Nonetheless, due to the identical issues, Bruce Buffer couldn’t attend the UFC 267 occasion because the in-ring announcer, this counted as Buffer’s first miss of a numbered pay-per-view since 1996. Aside from Rogan at UFC 268, the remainder of the standard employees involving Daniel Cormier, Jon Anik and Megan Olivi shall be there, together with the return of Buffer as properly.
UFC 268 will happen on November 6, 2021, at Madison Sq. Backyard, New York, the USA. The battle card is headlined by a welterweight championship battle between Kamaru Usman vs Colby Covington. The co-main is headlined by one other title battle at UFC girls’s strawweight division between Rose Namajunas and Weili Zhang.
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