UFC 259 is the most weighted fight card of 2021, competing in four title fights, with middleweight champion Israel Adesania trying to become a two-division world champion when he challenges Jan Blachovic for his lightweight title is.
But with this important card, one of the questions becomes whether Joe will be holding a commentary booth along with Daniel Daniel Cormier or John Anik?
Perhaps the most recognized voice calling is the UFC’s quarrels with no commentary at all, and some have questioned whether he is slowly coming back from fighting his duties. He was not part of the commentary team when Dustin Poirier edged out Conor McGregor at UFC 257, but found his way to Kamaru Osman’s successful welterweight title defense against Gilbert Burns at UFC 258.
Is he here to stay?
Okay, it appears that Rogan screams at his trademark quips and UFC’s third PPV of the year.
Why did Joe Rosan stop commenting?
It’s not that Rozan stopped commenting, more that his original decision – he wouldn’t do a UFC card outside the United States – with Abu Dhabi’s Fight Island as the UFC’s temporary home in 2020 and more obvious in early 2021 Done.
“I’m not interested. I’ll take it to Phoenix for zero money right now,” Rogan said during a JRE Fight Companion in 2019 when asked if he wanted a role with ESPN’s new UFC deal.
“Although I would like to see those fights live and call those fights live, I’m better than 10 [events] One year – 10 is a year that I like. Once a month, two months leave.
“Listen, man, I was thinking I was on my way, but I still love it. And I like it more now because I don’t have to overdo it. And I love it more now Because I can. Because of this we can do all of this nonsense, be fun and be silly. “
Will Joe Rose continue UFC fights in the United States?
that sounds like.
“Until I stop getting juice,” Rogan told Cage Unlock in September 2020. “I get juice, 100 percent. It’s not so low. If there’s a big fight – it’s not even a big fight. It can be a semi-big fight. I get juice, man. I never juice About to meet.
“I mean I get it for Junior dos Santos vs. Jairzinho Rozenstruic. I get it for everyone!”
Calling only domestic PPV fights has certainly kept the color commentator interested, with the horrific nature of the UFC fights in empty arenas praising Rogan for his unique status.
“And the one thing about COVID is that I’m calling these fights without an audience,” Rogan said.
“The cards we’ve done in Florida and the cards I’ve done at the UFC Apex Center, I feel very lucky because I’m one of the very few people who live there. There’s something really special about Live Fight. I’m It is very much like watching fights at home. I love it, but there is an extra juice about watching it, “he said.
“And when you know you’re one of the, you know, 20 people or so it’s inside the Apex Center – all the officials, referees, corner people, and commentators and camera people – all the time and a handful. There are a lot of people. I’m there, I think, ‘Dude, I’m so lucky.’
More: Anderson was not weighed down by the importance of the Nunes challenge
Will Joe Rogan leave UFC?
Rogan floated the possibility of ending up with the UFC in early 2016 when his contract was expiring – though he later extended his tenure.
“You experienced different things in life and I like to plan those things,” he said. “I’ve been doing UFC for a long time. However, I will never stop being a UFC fan, but it’s not going to happen. I love the game, but there is probably going to be a time where I don’t commentary anymore Does., And it may happen sooner than later. “
When the ESPN deal came out in 2019, Rogan again discussed that he might be limited to PPV events – which he has done – but not put a deadline on his working relationship with the UFC.
Does Joe Rogan’s co-commentators care that he’s not always on the show?
It is showing in corners of the Internet, which led to John Anik putting his models down: attracted to people with a fighting spirit and clarified that this is not the case – and never has been.
Anik said on What the Heck, “I can assure you that he is not going anywhere.” “Again, I hate to put words in his mouth, but he absolutely loves this job and I think we had a little international flare with pay-per-views at the end of the year – UFC 251, 253 , 254 – that he was not an escape because he was in Abu Dhabi. But it is expected that the domestic pay-per-view will return more in 2021 and he often gets a chance to get out of there.
“It is not easy to try to do one of these things every eight weeks, and constantly have a revolving door with the broadcast team, but I love the guy. I have never been close with that person and hopefully he will be good with me here. “
Joe Rogan backlash after UFC 258 commentary
As noted above, not everyone was thrilled with the return of the podcast King in the commentary for UFC 258.
“I’ve seen some of that,” Anik said of Rogan’s criticism.
“Again, the social media space after these live events can be a difficult place to engage and dwell. But I think that for Joe, there are many different factors. I think he was never happy in that broadcast booth.
“I hate to put words in his mouth, but I think he enjoys the dynamic. He was in a two-man booth forever, where he was just working with a play-by-play guy Was and he couldn’t make a bounce. Fighter. I think it’s an adjustment for all of us. “