‘The Aftermath!’- Joe Rogan Provides Fans with a Thanksgiving Day Update

Published 11/26/2020, 10:03 PM EST


UFC commentator Joe Rogan took to Instagram and shared a Thanksgiving Day update to his legions of fans. Rogan is one of the most popular entities in all of sports and entertainment and his fan-following speaks for itself. Chiefly, his presence as a staple member on the UFC broadcast team for almost two decades has helped elevate his visibility.

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Furthermore, the 53-year-old hosts the wildly successful ‘Joe Rogan Experience’ podcast, and his profile has just continued to increase. He’s garnered an entirely separate fan base through his independent ventures, bolstered from his UFC commentating success. However, this increased visibility isn’t without its drawbacks as he’s a frequent cancelation target on Twitter. It seems as though every second day there’s a campaign to get Joe Rogan canceled due to comments that surfaced years ago.

Joe Rogan brings in the holiday season

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The long-time UFC employee has always been one to share certain aspects of his personal life with his fans. Joe Rogan revealed that he had brined his first Turkey for ‘Thanksgiving 2020’ and his family certainly gave their seal of approval. Rogan posted an image grab that sees a turkey that’s been well and truly shredded after presumably a wholesome meal with his close ones.

 

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Rogan’s love for hunting and cooking his own meat has been well documented for listeners of his podcast. He frequently shares social media posts on his latest hunting ventures and it’s clearly an area of interest for him. Additionally, it’s perhaps the various facets to his personality that have led to Rogan amassing the success that he has.

Apart from that, he still very much remains an MMA fan through and through. Joe recently provided commentary on the latest UFC PPV and it’s clear his passion hasn’t dwindled. However, his ventures away from the octagon have caused a decrease in his UFC appearances.

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Rogan no longer commentates on events taking place outside the UFC as his busy work schedule doesn’t allow it. However, his fans continue to look forward to his every appearance that virtually always provides an enhanced viewing and auditory experience.

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Darryl Pinto

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Darryl Pinto is a senior MMA writer at EssentiallySports. He is currently pursuing his graduate degree in Mass Media (with a specialization in Journalism) out of Xavier’s College and has a year's experience in his current role. Darryl specializes in predictions, reporting, and covering UFC events live.

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