Video: Behind the scenes as Mike Goldberg and Joe Rogan prepare for UFC events


Ever wonder how broadcasters Mike Goldberg and Joe Rogan prepare just prior to a UFC event?

The UFC’s veteran broadcast team discusses the process in the video above, which UFC sponsor MetroPCS produced. They go behind-the-scenes prior to this past weekend’s UFC 159 event.

In it, Goldberg walks us through the research, script-writing, recording and final strategy sessions with UFC matchmakers Joe Silva and Sean Shelby, as well as his relationship with color commentator Rogan.

Check out the full video above.

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