An American podcast host, UFC color commentator, stand-up comic, mixed martial arts fanatic and former television presenter, Joe Rogan is a renowned name in the mixed martial arts community.
Rogan has been a part of UFC for almost a decade and he is one of the best commentators in the business. As Joe Rogan is a combat sports expert he has a special place for MMA in his heart.
Joe Rogan has three children and the interesting thing about them is they are allowed to hit him. Yes, you read it right, he gave them permission in order to teach them and make them pro in it. Joe Rogan’s fixation with martial arts fighting was established in dread.
Joe Rogan told Cigar Aficionado, MMA Junkie, “My kids are allowed to hit me as hard as they can,I teach them — they’re taking martial arts classes — but I teach them… It hurts.I went from being a kid who was terrified of conflict to being a martial arts champion. The reason why I became a martial arts champion is I was being picked on all the time. I was like, I do not like this. So I am going to become what I am terrified of”
Joe Rogan believes martial arts help human potential to reach new levels
Joe Rogan is a jokester, analyst, and podcaster, who is polarizing no doubt, with the web regularly split into two clans: the individuals who love the digital recording host for his candid perspectives, and the people who view him as too extreme to even think about bearing.
Talking about his children he added, “Martial arts develops your human potential, when you get through something really, really difficult. There is nothing more difficult, outside of war, than agreeing to step into a closed area with another guy who’s a f*cking trained killer.”
In any case, the host of The Joe Rogan Experience, which is on Spotify and YouTube, is a true blue web VIP, with a large number of fans who hold tight his every word and a stage that draws in the absolute greatest names in business and amusement – including Tesla author Elon Musk – to give everything away before his receiver.