Joe Rogan Removed From UFC PPV After Racism

Joe Rogan is currently one of the most popular personalities in the world of MMA and UFC, largely thanks to his commentary skills and also his podcast. He recovered from the virus last year and since then spread a lot of misinformation about the virus, at least according to numerous doctors and various other people. A UFC girl also wanted Joe Rogan to pick her up previously.




Rogan previously opened up on the episodes of his podcast that featured Dr. Robert Malone and Dr. Peter McCullough. They were the most controversial ones. Eventually, Joe Rogan became a controversial figure due to him using the n-word and other racial slurs in the past. It led to him getting cancelled for a while and losing deals as well. Except for Spotify, who stood by him for the most part except for deleting several of his Joe Rogan Experience podcast episodes.

The second numbered UFC event of the year is rapidly approaching with UFC 284 on Saturday at RAC Arena in Perth, Australia.

Jon Anik will take the reins as the lead commentator, providing expert play-by-play analysis from cageside. Joining him will be the dynamic duo of Dominick Cruz, a former two-time UFC champion, and Michael Bisping, a UFC Hall of Famer, who will bring their insightful commentary to the broadcast.

This exciting trio will make their PPV debut, marking a new chapter in the world of UFC commentary.

Unfortunately, fans of Joe Rogan will not be able to enjoy his iconic commentary for this event after accusations of racism and antisemitism. This is due to his packed schedule which includes his popular podcasting endeavors and standup comedy appearances, as well as other commitments that have resulted in him frequently missing numbered events outside of North America over the past decade. Daniel Cormier will also not be part of the commentary team for this occasion.

Harrison Carter
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Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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