'EA Sports UFC' glitches: Joe Rogan and Mike Goldberg call the action on TTTHS
Earlier this week, we presented some of the funnier glitches that gamers have captured in the new “EA Sports UFC” video game. Now, you can hear UFC broadcasters Joe Rogan and Mike Goldberg call the action.
Kind of. Well, not really.
In a very special installment of the Tommy Toe Hold Show, MMA’s favorite animated Web show, the glitches get some commentary from the fake broadcasting team.
Check it out above.
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