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.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos more
If you don't ask, you never know, right?
Help wanted: New "guy in UFCs production truck."
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) ringside announcer, Joe Rogan, put women's Bantamweight champion, Ronday Rousey, on the spot during a post-victory interview after she smashed Alexis Davis in 16 seconds (read fight recap here) in UFC 175's co-main event.
And it didn't go over too well.
Rogan -- at the behest of some poor soul "in the production truck" -- asked "Rowdy" if she would be interested in makin more
UFC President Dana White was not happy with some unknown member of the production team for instructing Joe Rogan to ask Ronda Rousey whether she would want to compete at UFC 176 on short notice. Dana White is furious over the production team's blunder on the UFC 175 PPV broadcast.
Following Ronda Rousey's rapid title defence in the co-main event, Joe Rogan proceeded to ask the women's bantamweight champion whether she would be willing to step in on short notice and defend her title at UFC 176.
LAS VEGAS – After appearing to snap at longtime UFC commentator Joe Rogan following UFC 175's co-headliner, UFC President Dana White explained his reaction to a question asked of women's bantamweight champ [autotag]Ronda Rousey[/autotag] following her decimation of Alexis Davis. more
That guy in the truck, however...
Let's start off with Joe Rogan getting put on blast by UFC President Dana White for asking Ronda Rousey if she was willing to rescue the UFC 176 pay-per-view (PPV) event in Los Angeles, Calif., which takes place in less than a month and is without a main event (because of this).
U mad? Yikes.
Turns out Rogan was not to blame for the post-fight faux pas, according to comments White made at the UFC 175 post-fight press conference (watch the replay here), not long more
As UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey was being interviewed following her 16-second title defense to Alexis Davis Saturday at UFC 175, commentator Joe Rogan asked her if she'd be willing to serve as the headliner for UFC 176 on Aug. 2 in Los Angeles. According to Rogan, he introduced the question after being prompted by a producer in the production vehicle, via his earpiece. The question and Rousey's subsequent response have been edited out of replays of the interview.
"They're talki more
Not since "Duel" has a guy in a truck caused this much aggravation. The "truck" has a breakdown ... in communication!
I'm referring, of course, to the mystery man in the production truck, who was buzzing in UFC color commentator Joe Rogan's ear, asking him to put Ronda Rousey on the hook for UFC 176, shortly after she was done mopping the floor with Alexis Davis at UFC 175.
A question that caused UFC President Dana White to "blow a gasket."
Not long after the incident, Rogan took to The Undergro more
Tommy Toe Hold loves the new UFC video game, but what better way to poke fun at a few minor glitches than to have Fake Rogan and Fake Goldie lay down some serious commentary? more
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Will Marquardt be able to get back on the winning track or is Te Huna ready to make his mark in his new home of middleweight? I answer these questions an more