From Brock Lesnar to Sylvester Stallone: Expected Upcoming Guests on The Joe Rogan Experience Podcast on Spotify

Published 03/28/2022, 10:03 AM EDT
LAS VEGAS, NV – JULY 05: UFC host and commentator Joe Rogan conducts a Q&A session with fans during day one of the UFC Fan Expo Las Vegas 2013 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center on July 5, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Al Powers/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

Joe Rogan has achieved a lot of things in his professional life. From being a Fear Factor host to becoming the voice of UFC for over two decades, the Taekwondo, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt, Rogan has been an immensely popular personality in combat sport.

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Despite all the fame he received from his ventures, nothing comes close to the Joe Rogan Experience podcast, for making him a renowned name outside the combat sport. The podcast, since its inception on the internet, has become one of the most talked-about shows.

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The show consistently tops the chart and has been a number one podcast, regardless of the platform changes.

Joe Rogan doesn’t like to make a list of guest

One of the best things Rogan has done with the show is not giving away the upcoming guests on JRE. However, it is not a strategy or anything from Rogan, as he believes in authentic conversations and prefers not to plan his guest in advance.

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The JRE podcast has featured a vast variety of guests. Fans have often demanded their favorite personalities to feature on the show. Even many renowned figures have shown interest in being a part of the show. Hence, a speculative list of upcoming guests to appear on the show always interests the JRE follower.

1. John Dudley (Professional archer)

Joe Rogan loves hunting. The podcast host has frequently stated his love of wildlife adventure on his JRE podcast. Hence, his collaboration with one of the leading professional archers in John Dudley should not be a surprise for anybody.

Even a podcast named ‘Swapcast – Podcast On A Plane with John Dudley’ is available on Spotify.

2. Brock Lesnar (Current WWE Champion)

Former UFC heavyweight champion and charismatic personality Brock Lesnar, who has also been a major WWE attraction, once invited himself on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast on live television.

During the UFC 226 broadcast, Lesnar, who was in attendance for the Stipe Miocic vs. Daniel Cormier UFC heavyweight championship bout, approached Rogan and asked him to come on the JRE show.

However, it has been around four years and Lesnar is yet to have a conversation with Rogan on the JRE podcast.

3. John Wayne Parr (World Champion kickboxer)

John Wayne Parr is an Australian kickboxing legend. The multi-time World Champion hung his gloves on the massive ONE: X card for ONE Championship promotion. Parr, who had 99 victories going into his retirement fight, made a valiant effort but came short. However, his performance on the night, chiefly, in the third and final round of his career, will give goosebumps to any combat sports fan.

Rogan and John Wayne Parr are friends and have spared each other and have shared moments with each other in the past. Hence, after an illustrious career, Parr might appear on the JRE podcast.

4. Josh Dubin (Attorney)

Josh Dubin has appeared on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast before, and he could make another appearance soon. Dubin is a criminal justice reform advocate, attorney, and Ambassador Advisor to the Innocence Project.

Dubin last appeared on the podcast in 2021, episode #1664.

5. Adam Greentree (Hunter)

The Australian bow hunter and photographer came to chat with Joe Rogan in 2019, episode #1224. The two talked about their hunting experience and how the exploration of wild animals in both countries is quite different.

Perhaps Greentree could come on the show and the two could share the hunting experience later. The bow hunter also has his own podcast, “Bowhunter’s Life.”

6. Glenn Greenwald (Journalist)

Greenwald, a former attorney, featured on the JRE show back in 2020, episode #1556.

The award-winning journalist could appear on the JRE podcast once again in the upcoming days.

7. Sylvester Stallone (Actor)

Rocky movies are an inspiration for any combatant, whether they have taken inspiration from the movies to pursue a career in a combat sport or just worked on their fitness to be an athlete; Sylvester Stallone has inspired many.

Stallone’s influence was so detrimental that, Joe Rogan once claimed, the people didn’t really work out until the ‘Rocky’ movies came out.

Both Stallone and Rogan are fitness enthusiasts. Hence, a JRE episode with the two would be a workout inspiring lesson for the listeners.

8. BJ Penn (Retired Martial Artist)

‘The Prodigy’ was one of the most talented martial artists in UFC history. Former lightweight and welterweight UFC champion gave some of the most iconic moments inside the Octagon. Chiefly, in his fights with fellow legends Matt Hughes and Georges St-Pierre.

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Joe Rogan has witnessed both the success and downhill of the great BJ Penn. Hence, a conversation between the two would be a joy for MMA fans.

The list doesn’t confirm any of these entities to be on the show. However, if these guests appear on the show, fans should be ready for a fun ride.

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What do you think of this list of potential upcoming guests on the JRE podcast? What are your all-time favorite guests on the show? Share your opinion in the comments section.

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Deepak Kumar

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Deepak Kumar is a UFC author at EssentiallySports. His love for MMA comes from the chaos and violence the fight game brings to the table. A BJJ aspirant, Deepak began following the sport as a casual fan when Ronda Rousey was finishing her opponents in seconds.

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