Joe Rogan Scares Bobby Lee Into a Panic Attack by Claiming His Slim Chances of Survival Against a Bear Attack – “It Would Get Mad at You”

Published 01/28/2024, 12:18 AM EST

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Joe Rogan recently caused comedian Bobby Lee to re-evaluate his survival strategies! During his appearance on the JRE (Joe Rogan Experience) episode no. 2090, the conversation between the two touched upon encounters with predators in the wild. For long-time listeners of the podcast, Rogan’s expertise on the subject is nothing new, however, Lee may not have been prepared for the brutal scenario that Rogan put forth!

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The podcast host explained that dealing with creatures as large and powerful as bears is a terrifying ordeal. While Lee tried to put forth ideas on what he would do to survive, Rogan provided insights into the grim reality of facing a bear, causing the comedian to almost have a panic attack!

Joe Rogan gives Bobby Lee a reality check about bear attacks

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Lee questioned if freezing would work during a bear encounter, to which Rogan explained that it depends on the bear’s intent. He noted, “Depends on why they’re there, if they’re there to eat you, no, that’s not gonna work. If they’re there to scare you away from their children, maybe, maybe it would work.”

Rogan also delved into the complexities of bear encounters, highlighting that tactics like pepper spray or even shooting the bear might not guarantee safety. He revealed, “…maybe if you spray it with pepper spray it would run away, maybe it won’t. Maybe if you shoot it, it would stop it in its tracks.”

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When Lee suggested using a sword, Rogan dismissed the idea, stating that bears are too fast and powerful. He vividly described the consequences of such a move by stating, “You’ll f**king bounce it off its nose and it would get mad at you. You’ll miss, you’ll panic, and the speed that it moves at will astound all your senses”

A stunned Lee then suggested running towards the bear to end the ordeal quickly. However, Rogan cautioned against such a strategy, explaining that bears, especially during attacks, focus on holding down and eating rather than delivering a swift kill causing the comedian to end the conversation in a panic. The conversation highlighted the harsh reality of surviving a bear encounter, dispelling any illusions about easy solutions!

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And it’s not just Bobby Lee who has received a chilling reminder from Joe Rogan as he recently warned a UFC lightweight about his upcoming fight!

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In a surprising move, Dustin Poirier is set to take on the dangerous No. 11-ranked contender, Benoit Saint-Denis, at UFC 299 on March 9. As such, Joe Rogan, the veteran UFC color commentator, emphasized the significance of this matchup, describing Saint-Denis as a “killer” with a versatile skill set!

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In an episode of his ‘Fight Companion’ series for UFC 297, Rogan highlighted Saint-Denis’ intensity, emphasizing the need for Poirier to be well-prepared. He stated, “So, him vs. Dustin is very exciting, and Dustin better be ready to go. He’s gonna be trying to make a name.”

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The Louisiana native’s resilience and experience make this clash intriguing, particularly after his last fight at UFC 291 against Justin Gaethje, where he faced a second-round knockout. And as the UFC 299 event approaches, fight fans eagerly await the outcome of this high-stakes bout that promises intense action and a potential defining moment in both fighters’ careers.

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I am Dushyant Patni, a UFC writer at EssentiallySports. My passion for Mixed Martial Arts started because my father used to be a boxer and a martial arts fanatic. It passed down to me as my first pair of boxing gloves were his old ones! Prior to joining EssentiallySports, I honed my writing and editing skills across various organizations as a writer and an editor.
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