- Joe Rogan will be part of UFC 276 commentary team
- The UFC 276 broadcasting and analyst team were named
Most fans couldn’t wait to watch UFC 276 fights but since we know some are also interested to know who’s gonna be covering the highly-anticipated event on the broadcasting and commentary side, let’s check out the details below, per MMA Junkie.
The UFC 276 main card will be available on pay-per-view and will also be streamed via ESPN+ pay-per-view in the U.S. The event will begin at 10 pm E.T.
Early prelims is expected to be streamed on ESPN+ at 6 pm E.T. which will be followed the televised prelims on ABC and ESPN at around 8 p.m. ET as well.
Joe is back
After two months, the UFC’s celebrated commentator Joe Rogan is back and will be part of UFC 276 commentary team. Rogan will be joining his usual partners on the commentary table cageside, Jon Anik and Daniel Cormier.
It can be recalled that Rogan was not included at UFC 275 in Singapore because he no longer joins UFC’s PPV events overseas.
Other members of UFC 276 broadcasting team are as follows:
Analyst team: Discussing their different takes on the event, Michael Evans, Din Thomas and UFC light heavyweight Anthony Smith are appointed as UFC 276 desk analysts.
Roving reporter: UFC’s longtime correspondent Megan Olivi will once again be catching up with the fighters for pre- and post- fight interviews as the event’s roving reporter.
Announcer: Of course, UFC 276 fighters will be introduced by the most famous voice of the octagon, Bruce Buffer.
The stacked UFC 276 event will take place on July 2 at the T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada.
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