Internet Sensation “Liver King” Replies to Joe Rogan Accusing Him of Artificially Achieving His Monstrous Physique

Published 05/06/2022, 8:11 AM EDT

Appearances can often be deceiving. The internet phenomenon dubbed “The Liver King” took social media by storm for perpetuating an ancestral lifestyle that has changed through the eons. Brian Johnson has been showcasing his incredibly ripped body comparable to the Greek god Heracles, all while attributing his strength and physique to eating raw organ meat in his diet. Joe Rogan, however, suspects otherwise.

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

Raw meat is a very controversial topic to talk about in the world of food. This is because of the divided opinions that it has. A majority of people in the civilized world always turn to cooking their meat. This is in order to prevent bacteria like Salmonella into consumers’ bodies. However, “The Liver King” seems to be following the diet that his ancestors have been following for years. 

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

With all the medical conditions in the consumption of raw meat, UFC commentator, Joe Rogan, thinks that the cause of a body like that is attributed to the use of performance-enhancing anabolics. As we said, appearances can be deceiving. The new internet phenom who carries himself with a macho personality had nothing but a sweet and diplomatic answer to give. 

DIVE DEEPER

Why is Joe Rogan So Important to the UFC?

about 2 years ago

Joe Rogan stated, “No, that’s a gimmick, that guy. He’s got an ass filled with ster****, is what he got. That’s not a natural body. That guy is shooting all kinds of sh** into his system to achieve that kind of physique….

He continued, “I don’t even know if there’s a benefit in eating raw meat. From what I’ve understood, talking to experts, there’s actually a lot gained from cooking because the protein becomes more bioavailable.

WATCH THIS STORY – Tyson Fury, Kamaru Usman, Dana White, And Others React To Mike Tyson Battering A Drunk Fan On A Flight

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

Johnson replied, “I don’t touch the stuff” He also proceeded to state that he was “grateful to Joe Rogan for bringing me into his ecosystem.” 

Joe Rogan and the Liver King for a podcast? 

Brian Johnson is very famous on the internet currently. And with Joe Rogan’s comments about him, a podcast might be in the works. This might let Rogan better understand Johnson’s story and side of the benefits of raw meat. 

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

Joe Rogan is great at conversations, and his podcast’s success is the proof of it. Brian Johnson seems to be a person carrying himself with poise and a steadfast quality in promoting what he believes. Gimmick or not, Johnson’s content appears to be refreshing in a world full of repetitiveness. 

SHARE THIS ARTICLE :

ADVERTISEMENT

Rohit Raj

241 articles

Rohit Raj is a UFC writer at EssentiallySports. As a Business student, Rohit’s love for the UFC was double-sided with the business of it being just as intriguing as the martial arts aspect of it. “Don't just fight, perform” is a quote that he believes drives the most entertaining fights of the UFC, with the likes of Conor McGregor, Chael Sonnen, and Israel Adesanya sweeping him off his feet with their skill as well as swagger and trash talk capabilities.

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT