Did Joe Rogan ever fight professionally?

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Joe Rogan was born on August 11, 1967, in Newark, New Jersey to Mother Susan Lembo and Father Joseph Rogan. He had an Irish grandparent and three grandparents of Italian descent, and he loves martial arts passionately. By profession, he was a UFC color commentator. Today’s topic is about a combat sport-loving man named Joe Rogan.

Rogan's early life and later:

Rogan in his early 20s trained in Kickboxing. He is a professional martial arts fighter as he had previously participated in the Taekwondo State championship. He also fought kickboxing professionally. An incredibly dedicated practitioner of martial arts, Joe holds black belts in both Taekwondo and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. It took Joe Rogan 15 years of training to get the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu 10th Planet black belt. Yet despite his capabilities,  he has no record of professional MMA fights.

Joe an enigmatic martial artist:

Joe has 38 years of martial arts training experience. These are Taekwondo, Kickboxing, Karate, Wrestling, BJJ, Muay Thai, and MMA. Despite his long training experience and previous martial arts, namely Taekwondo and Kickboxing achievement, he could not continue as a professional fighter. However, this doesn’t mean that Joe lacks martial arts training and skills. He is well known for his formidable power of Kickboxing. If he wanted to fight professionally, he could do it. He is an expert in grappling and striking. But something else was at the back of his mind. The reasons behind these facts were that he found himself more interested in becoming a sports color commentator.  He was already a comedian. His interest lies more in humor than a warrior.

Joe's present occupation:

Joe Rogan is still UFC’s color commentator. His color commentary is the words of his experienced mind as he is a martial artist. He did not stop commenting. He could not because he makes interesting comments on television that are happening in a sports contest. But he limited his appearances to US-based PPV(Pay-Per-View) events.


Combat sports are derived from martial arts arcrazyzy games. Risking frequent injury, fighters desperately show their power. To outshine others is the ultimate intention of human beings. People choose many ways to shine in life. They study something but they end up with something else. A pilot becomes an actor. So Joe Rogan trained in martial arts but ended up as a comedian-cum-color commentator. On top of everything, he passionately cherishes martial arts but he wants his voice heard on air by millions. He becomes a color commentator instead of a professional fighter. Of course, in his early life,e life fought Taekwondo and Kickboxing professionally. Later, most of his fights were amateur and non-professional.

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