Joe Rogan has reduced his commitment to UFC and is spending less time commentating at the UFC live events, but he is returning to the desk for UFC 259.
Rogan would serve against Jon Anik and former two-division champion Daniel Cormier, UFC 259 is going to happen at Las Vegas, Nevada and the event has some spectacular fights that night.
The main event would be against Jan Blachowicz vs Israel Adesanya, with two more title bouts between Petr Yan vs Aljamain Sterling and Amanda Nunes vs Megan Anderson.
Rogan has been working with the UFC since 1997, and he is a big fan of the sport as well, although he is not that active right now one thing is for sure that he isn’t going anywhere.
Jon Anik says Joe Rogan isn’t going anywhere
According to Anik, the argument that Joe Rogan is leaving is senseless and he said, isn’t going anywhere, contrary to his many duties outside the UFC.
“I can assure you that he ain’t going nowhere. Again, I hate to put words in his mouth, but he absolutely loves this job and I think we had a little international flare with the pay-per-views at the end of the year — UFC 251, 253, 254 — that he wasn’t a part of because they were happening in Abu Dhabi. But hopefully, domestic pay-per-views return more so in 2021 and he gets a chance to get back out there more often.
“It’s not that easy stepping up every eight weeks trying to do one of these things and constantly having a revolving door with the broadcast team, but I love the guy. I’ve never been closer with the guy and hopefully he’s here well past me.”