Joe Rogan 'would love it' if Bellator developed into 'full rival' for UFC
2 monthes ago - By MMAjunkie
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Joe Rogan is one of the UFC's longest-tenured employees. However, that doesn't mean he holds any competitive animosity toward other MMA organizations.
In fact, Rogan, the UFC's color commentator for pay-per-view events, said he wants to see non-UFC promotions thrive, specifically Bellator, which is widely considered No. 2 in the industry behind the UFC.
Rogan always has made it clear that when it comes to MMA, he's a fan first. He's also pro-fighter when it comes to most issues and said a flourishing company such as Bellator is positive for...
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