Why did Joe Rogan lose UFC?

Reports: Joe Rogan won’t be on UFC 271 broadcast due to ‘scheduling conflict’ The television broadcast of UFC 271 on Saturday night won’t include Joe Rogan. According to multiple reports, the controversial personality and podcast host won’t handle his normal duties for the MMA broadcast.

Why did Joe Rogan miss UFC 271?

UFC boss Dana White has hit back at claims legendary colour commentator Joe Rogan missed his usual duties at UFC 271 due to a “scheduling conflict”.

Is Joe Rogan coming back to UFC?

Joe Rogan to Return for Next UFC Event After Sitting Out UFC 271 – The Hollywood Reporter.

Did Joe Rogan do UFC?

Joe Rogan is a comedian, actor and martial artist. He currently serves as the chief color commentator for the Ultimate Fighting Championship. A Tae Kwon Do and Brazilian jiu jitsu black belt, Rogan has been with the UFC since first appearing as the backstage interviewer at UFC 12: Judgement Day in 1997.

Will Joe Rogan’s controversy hurt UFC’s relationship with Dana White?

This is obviously not the first time the comedian has courted controversy, though that never seemed to hurt his relationship with the UFC and White in the past. Rogan has been working for the promotion since UFC 12 in 1997 and started calling fights in 2002.

What happened to Joe Rogan at UFC 271?

Joe Rogan ended up missing UFC 271 after claiming that he had a prior engagement. This was questioned by a few people but it made sense considering he missed a few pay-per-view events last year. Dana White was asked about the absence. There was plenty of speculation as to why Rogan missed UFC 271.

Did Israel Adesanya hurt his hand at UFC 271?

That doesn’t mean he wasn’t watching UFC 271 come Saturday night. During the main event, Jon Anik noted that Joe had texted into the booth saying he thought Israel Adesanya had hurt his hand during his title defense against Robert Whittaker. When asked by Daniel Cormier after the fight if that was the case, Adesanya denied it.

Is Joe Rogan allowed to say the word ‘white’ on a podcast?

“I know that to most people, there’s no context where a white person is ever allowed to say that word, never mind publicly on a podcast, and I agree with that now,” Rogan said. “It’s not my word to use.”