Joe Rogan UFC 257 : It is all set and done for UFC 257, but where is Joe Rogan, will he be present to commentate on the UFC 257 action?
While the entire MMA fraternity has eyes set on the year’s first Pay-Per-View event UFC 257, it is a general wandering whether the promotion’s premier voice- Joe-Rogan- will be present inside the Etihad arena or not.
Who is Joe Rogan?
Joe Rogan, who is the promotion’s most distinctive Broadcaster, is a known personality both inside and outside of the sport. The 53-year-old is the host of one of the most popular podcasts in the world “The Joe Rogan Experience”, which has a following in millions on Youtube and on Spotify.
Being a fight fanatic, Rogan joined UFC in its tender years and now with a grown stature, his presence is a must element for a marquee show. According to UFC president Dana White, Rogan is now only contracted to cover only Pay-Per-View events, and with UFC 257 being the most anticipated show of the recent past, UFC may require its finest on the broadcasting table.
Will Joe Rogan Be Present to commentate on the UFC 257 action?
With Jon Anik and Daniel Cormier, Joe Rogan forms an A-team of commentary. While Anik and DC are already prominently involved in the promotion of UFC 257 and will be present at the commentary desk, the question is where is the last member of the triad?
Evidently, Joe Rogan is not inside the Fight Island, and will not lend his voice at the event. Joe Rogan is apparently bound with his podcasting duties and hence will not be available at Etihad on January 23.
Sorry my friends, the Friday and Saturday shows at @stubbsaustin have been cancelled. We’ll reschedule them as soon as we can. Much love to you all. Joe Rogan. The Joe Rogan Experience. TJRE. UFC 257. Conor McGregor Vs. Dustin Poirier. https://t.co/eBfnSFcKe6
— Joe Rogan (@joerogan) January 22, 2021
So, at UFC 257 when Conor McGregor and Dustin Poirier will face each other, Rogan will not be there to describe the Octagon happening. Interestingly, this will be the first time since 2014 when Joe Rogan will not call a Conor McGregor fight.
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