Joe Rogan To Miss UFC 275 Pay-Per-View In Singapore, Michael Bisping To Step In

In what doesn't come as a surprise, Rogan will not be calling the action in Singapore when UFC 275 goes down.

Joe Rogan

Joe Rogan will not be calling the action this weekend.

UFC 275 goes down Saturday in Singapore as two title fights are on show with Glover Teixeira defending his light heavyweight title against Jiri Prochazka in the main event.

The co-main event, meanwhile, will see Valentina Shevchenko look for another title defense when she takes on Talia Santos in a women’s flyweight title fight.

Just don’t expect Rogan to be on the commentary booth.

The longtime UFC commentator will be sitting this one out and it doesn’t come as a major surprise. After all, Rogan rarely travels for overseas events and UFC 275 will be no different.

Michael Bisping Steps In For Joe Rogan

In Rogan’s place will step former UFC middleweight champion Michael Bisping who will take over color commentary duties.

Alongside “The Count” will be Daniel Cormier while Jon Anik will continue his regular duties as a play-by-play commentator. Finally, Megan Olivi will serve as the reporter for the UFC 275 event.

Along with the two title fights, a highly-anticipated women’s strawweight rematch is on the cards as Weili Zhang collides with Joanna Jedrzejczyk following their epic battle in 2020.

UFC 275 takes place Saturday night with the main card commencing at 10 p.m. ET on ESPN+.

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