“Never Thought About Killing Somebody” – Joe Rogan Gets Called an Outright Liar in Sean Strickland’s Bizarre Outburst

Published 09/09/2023, 2:01 PM EDT

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Among many factors, Joe Rogan and his unadulterated, authentic persona on The Joe Rogan Experience have contributed to the podcast’s success. However, some fans and skeptics have always questioned whether the color commentator presents his true self. Is it how he is behind the buzz and cameras? It appears Sean Strickland has some hints for the fans.

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The UFC star touched upon the fragility and unhinged reality of human nature when he sat down with the Nelk Boys on their popular podcast, Full Send. ‘Tarzan’ had a blast with the popular YouTube group but believed they were “soft motherf*ckers”. The group responded that everybody had a sick way of fantasizing, and theirs was the thought of killing someone. While the American fighter chimed in and pointed out that everybody shared that fantasy, he had a revelation about Rogan.

Sean Strickland exposes Joe Rogan for lying on JRE

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The 32-year-old fighter narrated the time when he appeared on JRE, and the famed podcaster disclosed he never thought about killing somebody. Rogan further expressed his desire to spend his life without having murderous intent. However, the middleweight fighter didn’t buy his claim.

Strickland said, “I was on Joe Rogan’s podcast, and he goes, “‘Sean’. Joe is a really nice guy. I like Joe Rogan. ‘I’ve never thought about killing somebody. I would like to go my entire life without killing’. You’re a f*cking liar.”

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“You motherf*cker. I’ve seen your f*cking gun collection. You know you f*cking sit there,” he added later.

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Following this, the #5-ranked middleweight fighter admitted he had murder on his mind 24 hours a day. He confessed he couldn’t shut it up. And the reason lay in his tumultuous childhood.

Strickland’s chaotic childhood

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“Let me tell you, when you get raised in the level of violence that I got raised in, your brain can’t shut it off. Like even you, bro, I look at you, and there’s an urge in me to do a horrible act to you,” Strickland admitted.

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Fans might not be aware, but the 27-5 record holder grew up in a house with an abusive and alcoholic father. Therefore, he had a troubled childhood and grew up as an angry adolescent. He even switched schools after landing in trouble. However, everything changed when he discovered MMA at 14, and he turned professional at 17. Since then, the UFC fighter’s MMA career has been on the rise, and he has carved a name for himself.

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What do you think about these comments by Sean Strickland? Let us know in the comments below.

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