Joe Rogan Record

Joe Rogan Record

Joe Rogan is an American comedian, podcaster, and former mixed martial arts color commentator. He is best known for hosting The Joe Rogan Experience, a popular podcast which he has hosted since 2009. Rogan is also known for his work as a commentator for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).

Rogan began his career in comedy in the early 1990s. He quickly gained a following for his observational humor and his ability to connect with audiences. In 1997, he signed a contract with the UFC to become a color commentator. Rogan commentated on UFC events for over a decade, and he became one of the most recognizable voices in the sport.

In 2009, Rogan launched The Joe Rogan Experience, a podcast in which he interviews guests from a variety of backgrounds. The podcast has become wildly popular, and it has been downloaded over 2 billion times. Rogan’s guests have included comedians, actors, athletes, musicians, and politicians.

Rogan has been criticized for his views on a number of topics, including the COVID-19 pandemic, vaccines, and race. However, he remains one of the most popular podcasters in the world.

## Mixed Martial Arts Record

Rogan’s mixed martial arts record is as follows:

| Fight | Result | Method | Round | Time |
| Joe Rogan vs. Mike Bernardo | Loss | TKO (Punches) | 1 | 1:05 |
| Joe Rogan vs. Keith Hackney | Loss | Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) | 2 | 1:43 |

Rogan retired from mixed martial arts in 1997.