Even Joe Rogan Had to Endure Tyson Fury’s Wrath After Jon Jones’ Comparison Went Quickly South for the UFC Commentator

Published 10/26/2023, 5:59 AM EDT

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Have you ever imagined a scenario in which a boxing legend calls out Joe Rogan? Well, we certainly didn’t anticipate it either, but that’s precisely what happened about six months ago. The heavyweight boxing legend, Tyson Fury, and Joe Rogan engaged in a very public feud, one that even drew in other individuals into its whirlpool of controversy.

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Tyson Fury is poised to face Francis Ngannou in the “Battle of the Baddest” on October 28th in Riyadh, and this matchup might finally provide the answer to Joe Rogan’s long-standing question. Nevertheless, the Fury vs. Ngannou bout serves as a reminder of the past feud between Rogan and Fury. Let’s delve into what transpired during that time.

The time when Tyson fury lashed out at Joe Rogan

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Tyson Fury is undoubtedly one of the most formidable heavyweight boxers in the history of the sport. Standing as tall as the Burj Khalifa and possessing a physique as expansive as the Russian borders, there are few individuals who dare challenge Fury. Nevertheless, Joe Rogan presents a dissenting opinion.

About months ago Rogan made a comment which didn’t sit well with the ‘Gypsy king’. While having a conversation with fellow comedian Andrew Schulz on an episode of The Joe Rogan Experience. Rogan asserted that Jon Jones would beat Fury in a match.

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‘Gypsy King’ was caught off-guard by Rogan here. Fury was in a rage and took to his Instagram to add his response. He uploaded a video pretty soon. In that video, he abused Rogan and stated that no one had the power to take him down. Fury said “I heard Joe Rogan say something about me, I’ve been off all the social media and didn’t reply to that little p*ssy, little f*cking midget, bald-headed midget,”

He further added “I heard him say that Jon Jones could f*ck me up if we were in a room together. I don’t think so. Not a man born from a mother could f*ck me up, in a room, on our own. Whatever happens in that room, I’d be walking out. Not a f*cking problem.” Fury was extremely furious about Rogan’s obnoxious statement. But what was his exact words that angered the Englishman to this extent?

Rogan claimed Jon Jones would obliterate Tyson Fury

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Joe Rogan in that conversation outright claimed that Jon Jones would literally kill Tyson Fury if both of them ever grace any fighting match. The ‘Zero Chance’ slander by Rogan even added more fuel to the fire. He said,“If Jon Jones and Tyson Fury are locked into a room, I’m pushing all of my chips on black,” Rogan said laughing. “Let me tell you something, Tyson Fury is an amazing boxer, (but) he doesn’t have a f*cking chance in hell of making it out of that room, ” the UFC commentator revealed.

He further added, “He has no chance of making it out of that room. Zero chance. He would have to catch Jon immediately with one punch, and I just don’t see that happening, man.” And as we know Fury went off on UFC commentator Joe Rogan, and he didn’t even hold back on his words.

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Well, the vendetta between them has ended and Joe Rogan is looking forward to the Tyson Fury vs. Francis Ngannou match. What’s your opinion on the online feud? tell us in the comments below.

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Suryakant Das is a UFC Writer at EssentiallySports. Combining his wealth of experience as a news writer and content lead with his passion for all things MMA, Suryakant brings a unique blend of reliable reporting and stylistic storytelling to his readers. His favorite fighter is Charles Oliveira, and he draws inspiration from the Brazilian MMA star’s underdog to world champion story for his own aspirations in life.
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