Joe Rogan isn’t just a commentator or podcast interactor, he’s a black belt MMA fighter and more.
Joe Rogan is someone who always understands the mission. Designed as a hero, he is one of the 54 most influential people in the world. Joe Rogan has worked together in the MMA field for decades, and his career has grown tremendously.
Some people don’t know that Rogan himself is a legitimate fighter. He’s been involved in the MMA world longer than most people know. A four-time kickboxing champion from Massachusetts, Logan is an expert in the art of kickboxing and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
A rare clip of Rogan in his kickboxing days is food for fans who haven’t seen it. In 1987, Logan, known for his kicks, knocked down opponents in the same way. Check out the amazing knock on the door in the video above.
What type of martial arts is Joe Rogan good at?
Joe Rogan may have been a kickboxing champion years ago, but what martial arts skills is he focusing on now? The 54-year-old is not a fighting hero, but training like himself. Through vigorous exercise and recovery time, Joe Rogan also makes MMA training the foundation of his daily routine.
He has a black belt in BJJ, focusing primarily on BJJ and Muay Thai. Both genres were helpful in complementing his existing knowledge of kickboxing. He always talks about the big names in MMA.
In the video above, you can clearly see Joe Rogan showing off his Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu skills to two-time UFC bantamweight champion TJ Dillashaw. In an interview with eight-time Muay Thai world champion Liam Harrison, Rogan went on to fire him. It’s not easy, but nothing is easy either.
Could Joe Rogan come to the UFC Octagon?
Although Logan is a very active man, he will likely be holding the Octagon ring in an unlikely career match. People do more than fight for a promotion, they are doomed to live.
In the midst of the busy Joe Rogan Experience program and UFC commentary, it would be ridiculous for Rogan to break out of the bubble and compete. His age was the most important factor in the game, which kept him out of the game. Perhaps the celebrity show of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu seems plausible.
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