Joe Rogan believes Brendan Schaub should watch what he says.
The former UFC fighter would cause quite a ruckus after he gave his thoughts on what went down at UFC 279. The main card of the pay-per-view would be quickly shuffled into three entirely new matchups after Khamzat Chimaev missed weight for his headliner against Nate Diaz. Diaz would instead draw Tony Ferguson, Chimaev would get Kevin Holland and Daniel Rodriguez would throw down with Li Jingliang.
With how everything panned out at the last minute, Schaub didn’t think this was a coincidence. The famous MMA personality was led to believe the promotion had planned this from the very beginning to boost numbers.
Rogan Says Schaub Is Totally Wrong About His Theory
That theory didn’t sit well with UFC boss Dana White, who outed Schaub for his way of thinking. Even UFC commentator Joe Rogan would chime in citing Schaub should have someone watch his mouth for him, especially after he threw some shots of his own at White.
“It’s so dumb,” Rogan said on his podcast. “I didn’t talk to him about that, but first of all, he’s wrong. He’s wrong about the theory. He needs a handler. He needs someone like me around him all the time. ‘What are you gonna do? No, no, no; here’s why.’ And he’ll go, ‘Yeah, you’re right.’
“If you’re spending any time, if you’re a busy man, a family man, you’ve got kids, wife, sh*t to do — if you’re spending any time arguing on Twitter, that’s a waste of your life.”
Schaub isn’t going to be happy with these critical words from Rogan, that’s for sure.