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 first numbered UFC event of the year, UFC 283, is quickly approaching and is set to take place at the Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. As always, top-notch on-air talent will be present to guide viewers through the experience. MMA Junkie has acquired the details of who will be working as commentators and analysts for the event through a source with knowledge of the plans.
Because UFC 283 is an international event, Joe Rogan will not commentate the card, per usual