Joe Rogan has a very long color commentary experience, and there is no doubt that he has an awesome knowledge of mixed martial arts and moves inside the octagon. But at the same time, UFC hired him for that job, so you would expect him giving 110% of his possibilities every single time. Even during the match between CM Punk and Mike Jackson, it is expected from a man like Joe Rogan. At least he could troll them! Don't forget Joe stated that CM Punk belongs to the amateur circuit. (via MMAMania.com) I mean, everybody was aware the fight was trash and something else was behind the fact that the two of them fought in a pay-per-view event. Joe was trying to find the positive side in Jackson\u2019s striking, who has a kickboxing background. But what kind of kickboxer stops after a single strike and doesn\u2019t know what a high kick is? The former UFC Heavyweight Brendan Schaub was cringing during the UFC 225 event in Chicago. Here are his critical comments from \u201cBelow The Belt\u201d Podcast: \u201cThe commentators ... Joe Rogan, one of my best friends, my brother, and even Jimmy Smith, those guys. When they would go, \u2018Mike Jackson has high-level striking\u2019 ... I think we have to be very careful, very careful not to throw around the term \u2018high-level striking\u2019. Trust me, a high-level striker would have beat CM Punk in under 30 seconds. It would not have been a competitive fight if any one of those two had some sort of high-level striking. That was the only cringe-worthy night , the only thing that made me go, \u2018oh god!\u2019 We got to be careful with that because if you\u2019re a fan and you\u2019re watching that and you go, \u2018god, that\u2019s high-level striking?\u2019 No, it\u2019s not.\u201d This fight definitively wasn\u2019t \u201chigh-level striking\u201d, it was a fight between two guys who don\u2019t know to deliver a knockout blow. Joe Rogan is known for his legendary Podcast episodes and we hope he won\u2019t retire soon but at least he could be a bit more realistic. You can\u2019t call Mike Jackson a real striker! Joe Rogan has a contract with the UFC which functions on a year-to-year basis. But if he ever gets tired of calling fights, he has many backup options in his life \u2013 25 million dollars, Joe Rogan Experience\u2026 he was even a host to Fear Factor, maybe he can think something new! What do you think, is this a wake-up call for the psychedelic color commentator?