Joe Rogan signs a one-year extension with the UFC

The UFC’s most popular commentator Joe Rogan has signed ‘at least’ a one-year extension as the primary colour commentator for the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Rogan announced the news Tuesday’s edition of the Joe Rogan Experience podcast.

Rogan said he’ll have a reduced schedule: no more international travel and only pay-per-view events. No more FOX shows.

“I was on the fence, man,” Rogan said. “I just do too much sh*t. I’m too f*cking busy. After a while I’m like, I don’t know if I’m doing myself or all the different things I do a disservice. I was real close. It was like, either I’m just gonna completely bail off of this or I’m gonna figure it out.”

“That night was so crazy and so chaotic,” Rogan said. “I walked out of there going, ‘How could I not do this?’ I’m sitting right there cage side for the craziest sh*t in the sporting world ever. It was real recent. It was touch and go. I just didn’t know what I was going to do.”


“I don’t want anybody to think that I don’t appreciate it or I don’t know how lucky I am or I don’t think it’s an amazing job,” he said. “I definitely do. But I’m almost too lucky. I have too many amazing jobs.”

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