“Unbearable” – Joe Rogan’s UFC 293 Fight Companion Gets the Raw Treatment After 56 Y.O Goes Against Fans With “Unwatchable” Guest List

Published 09/11/2023, 2:07 AM EDT

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The UFC just wrapped up their second 2023 pay-per-view in Australia with UFC 293. Moreover, Bryan Callen, Sam Tripoli, and Brendan Schaub joined Joe Rogan for a recent episode of the ‘JRE Fight Companion’. However, the fans did not take a liking to the inclusion of Schaub in the episode and they took aim at him in a post shared by the 56-year-old host on social media.

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The most recent ‘JRE Fight Companion’ episode saw some noteworthy reactions from the hosts and guests. It was primarily because of Sean Strickland handing an upset loss to Israel Adesanya to claim the middleweight title. After the end of the episode, Rogan shared a picture of him and his guests together on Instagram.

Joe Rogan shared a picture with his ‘JRE Fight Companion’ guests

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The 56-year-old commentator and host mentioned how the recent episode of the ‘JRE Fight Companion’ was very much enjoyable. He also mentioned that he loves spending time with his fellow comedians: Brendan Schaub, Sam Tripoli, and Bryan Callen. Moreover, Joe Rogan also had the producer of his show with his guests in the picture. He said, “Fight Companion was a blast! Always good to get to hang out with my brothers [Brendan Schaub], [Sam Tripoli], [Bryan Callen], and the producer GOAT [Jamie Vernon].”

 

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Additionally, Joe Rogan also congratulated Sean Strickland on his monumental victory over Israel Adesanya at UFC 293. Rogan praised his performance while mentioning how big of an upset it was. “Congrats to [Sean Strickland] for one of the greatest upsets ever and a spectacular performance!” 

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However, the fans did not like to see Brendan Schaub on the show again. They had already urged Joe Rogan not to invite the former UFC heavyweight fighter on his show, and now, they have taken aim at Schaub again. Let us take a look at what they had to say.

Fans take jibes at Brendan Schaub once again

The fans made their thoughts clear about the way they feel about the former UFC fighter. They stated that they just cannot listen to him talk, calling him “unbearable.” The fans even urged Joe Rogan to replace him.

  • Bro that dude on the left is insufferable. Please replace him with someone like Eddy next time
  • Schaub is just one of most unlikable people in existence
  • Schaub is unbearable.

Moreover, there were some people who took a jibe at Schaub’s ability to be a comedian. They even pointed out that he changes his opinions when Joe Rogan disagrees with him.

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  • Who’s that fake comic on the left?
  • Brendan Shaub states opinion. Joe Rogan disagrees. Brendan Shaub changes opinion.

They even suggested the 56-year-old host replace Schaub and Bryan Callen with Theo Von and Andrew Schulz, which they believe would make for an entertaining episode. Furthermore, the fans called for Spotify to have a mute button for Brendan Schaub.

  • Schaub is unwatchable…. drop him and Callen and put in [Theo Von] and [Andrew Schulz]. Now that would be a show
  • Spotify needs to add a Mute Shaub button.

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Based on the reactions of the audience, it is evident that they desire Rogan to exclude Schaub from future ‘Fight Companion’ episodes. A significant number of individuals perceive the retired MMA fighter as unfunny and bothersome. Nevertheless, it appears that Rogan is facing difficulty in replacing Schaub, given their close friendship. It does not seem like the JRE host is going to replace him anytime soon.

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Himanga Mahanta

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