UFC color commentator Joe Rogan did a funny impression of the former two-division champion, Conor McGregor.
Rogan is one of the oldest UFC commentators. The American has been commentating for more than a decade now. He has covered a ton of events in his career. However, for the past few years, Rogan has stepped aside from commentating on international events.
Nevertheless, his love for the sport is exorbitant. Whenever there is a huge international event, Rogan often invites his friends to his podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience. He calls the segment ‘Fight Companion.’
Joe Rogan makes fun of Conor McGregor
On the July 11 episode of JRE, Rogan and his friends were watching UFC 251 together. During the main event, Rogan boasted about Jorge Masvidal and Kamaru Usman. Besides that, he also discussed the possibility of Conor McGregor fighting either of the two.
“They were talking about setting up Masvidal vs Conor McGregor, and Dana White was like, ‘Get the f*** out of here!’ It’s like them not having that fight. That is not happening. And they were also talking about setting him up against Usman. And again, Dana White was like, ‘Get the f*** out of here!’ Because they were talking about it right after he knocked out Cowboy [Donald Cerrone],” Rogan said.
What followed was a hilarious imitation of Conor McGregor.
“I f***ing love myself at 170. I’m f***ing strong. I feel great Joe… I can do all these things, I can do all these things at 170,” Rogan mimicked McGregor.
— Shantanu Mayenkar (@MayenkarMMA) July 16, 2020
There is no doubt that Rogan’s impersonation of McGregor was hilarious. But have you watched Al Foran’s unbelievable impression of McGregor? Don’t worry if you haven’t, we got you covered.
Conor McGregor previews Usman Vs. Masvidal. pic.twitter.com/FFLLazjQia
— Al Foran (@ImpressionistAL) July 10, 2020
Sounds exactly like “The Notorious,” right? Unfortunately, fans can only dream about McGregor’s return for now. Though he has been teasing his comeback on social media, there is no guarantee that the Irishman will return.
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