The Legendary Commentator Joe Rogan Will Call Only UFC PPV (Pay-Per-View) Events In ESPN Era
Joe Rogan has been working on a lot fewer UFC events in recent years. Despite UFC’s deal with ESPN has gotten off to a fabulous start, the famous color commentator was not present at UFC On ESPN+ 1 on January 19, 2019, and UFC on ESPN 1 last Sunday night (February 17, 2019).
Joe Rogan shows no interest in doing commentary for UFC on ESPN events. Joe claims he has nothing personal against the new UFC’s broadcasting partner. The famous commentator feels fine with ten events per year. (h/t MMAMania)
“I’m not interested,” said famous commentator joe Rogan during a recent edition of his Fight Companion Podcast for this past Saturday’s UFC on ESPN 1 event in Phoenix. “I would take this for zero money over being in Phoenix right now. Although I would like to see those fights live and call those fights live, I’m good with 10 a year,” Joe added. “10 a year is what I like. Once a month, two months off.”
Joe Rogan confessed he thought about quitting from UFC earlier due to his obligations. Yet, Rogan still loves his job, and enjoys working it.
“Listen, man, I was thinking I was on my way out, but I still love it,” rogan sAId. “And I love it way more now because I don’t have to do it as much. And I love it way more now because we do this because we can do all of this shit-talking, have fun and be silly.”
The world-wide known comedian and UFC color commentator Joe Rogan is set to appear at UFC 235 next, which takes place on March 2, 2019, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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