“Don’t Drop Me Homie”- UFC 270 Showstealer Wants Michael Bisping to Carry Her Just Like Joe Rogan

Published 05/14/2022, 7:35 AM EDT

Vanessa Demopoulos is a strawweight MMA fighter currently signed with the biggest promotion in the world. She has fought two fights in the UFC, winning one and losing one of them. Her last fight was with Silvana Gomez Juarez at UFC 270 in January 2022, where she defeated her in the first round itself.

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She also earned the limelight for her winning celebration with Joe Rogan inside the Octagon.

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After submitting her opponent in the first round with an armbar, Demopolous gave her victory interview to the famous UFC commentator Joe Rogan. After finishing her interview, she jumped into Rogan’s arms, creating an interesting scenario for the viewers.

UFC booked her next fight for June 25, 2022, at UFC Fight Night at the UFC Apex, Las Vegas. Demopoulos’ fans are eagerly waiting for her to showcase her fighting skills in the Octagon once again. In a recent interview, she talked about her previous celebration with Joe Rogan.

Famous UFC Journalist Helen Yee asked ‘Lil Monster,’ “The way you jumped into Joe Rogan I mean is that kind of your new like celebration now moving forward like a win at the Apex you’ll be jumping into whoever’s announcing you in their arms.

“Michael Bisping, you better be aware man, lookout, be ready, be ready. Don’t drop me, homie. Yeah, I mean it’s got to be a thing right, I don’t know. It was like so at the moment that like it just felt right, but we’ll see, we’ll see what happens,” she replied.

LAS VEGAS, NV – JULY 09: Joe Rogan waves to a packed house at the UFC 264 ceremonial weigh-in at T-Mobile Arena on July 9, 2021 in Las Vegas, NV, United States. (Photo by Louis Grasse/PxImages/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

Yee followed up, “Did you expect for it to be so easy so effortless but graceful?” Vanessa Demopoulos excitedly responded, “Oh man, yeah I mean Joe’s a strong guy you know like we’re always seeing him lifting weights and the man’s a black belt in Jiu-Jitsu, so like he just… And I’m not that big of a person I’m kind of little you know it was nice, it was perfect.”

It is unlikely that Joe Rogan will announce the fights on UFC Fight Night. Hence, it seems Michael Bisping will have to carry Vanessa Demopoulos if she wins over Jinh Yu Frey.

Joe Rogan believes MMA is more damaging than NFL

The iconic UFC color commentator Joe Rogan is a part of the UFC for a very long time. A black belt in Jiu-jitsu, Rogan trained as an MMA fighter. However, he stayed out of the Octagon and use his oratory skills to become a UFC legend.

He has immense knowledge of MMA and other American sports like the NFL. He once made a comparison between the damage these sports cause to the athletes.

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While Rogan believed that football is a physically damaging game like MMA, he also said that the latter is more personal and psychologically exhausting.

“But MMA is even more personal, even more psychological, because you know it’s just you and this other guy, and then you set a date, And it’s 4th of July weekend in Vegas. And your f****** billboard is outside your hotel window and it’s giant. You can’t sleep,” he said.

WATCH THIS STORY: The incredible journey of Joe Rogan in the show business

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MMA can indeed be an excruciating sport for the athletes inside and outside of the Octagon.

What do you think about Vanessa Demopoulos’s interesting celebration with Joe Rogan? Let us know in the comments section.

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Utkarsh Gathani

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Utkarsh Gathani is a UFC writer at EssentiallySports. A Mass Communication graduate from Wilson College, this sports buff, who is captivated by multiple sports, adores MMA. Conor McGregor is the reason for that as Utkarsh is in awe of the man's unbelievable striking ability, his lifestyle, and his trash talking.

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