Joe Rogan Reveals Who He Thinks Is MMA’s GOAT • MMA News


Joe Rogan Reveals Who He Thinks Is MMA’s GOAT • MMA News

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The talk on who’s combined martial arts’ (MMA) biggest fighter of all time wages on. The choices waver from Georges St-Pierre, to Anderson Silva, to Demetrious Johnson, and naturally, Jon Jones. Many may argue that, as of proper now, the best of all time is Jones. He is at present undefeated in his MMA profession apart from a controversial disqualification loss to Matt Hamill in 2009.

Nonetheless, questions on whether or not or not Jones has been clear his total profession proceed to linger as a result of his points with america Anti-Doping Company (USADA) over time. The identical could be stated for Anderson Silva, who has additionally had points with USADA. The one fighters who’ve by no means turned in questionable drug checks are former UFC champions Georges St-Pierre and Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson.

Not too long ago, longtime UFC commentator Joe Rogan provided his ideas on the GOAT debate throughout an episode of his podcast, “The Joe Rogan Experience.” He was joined by American High Workforce (ATT) coach Din Thomas. With reference to who’s MMA’s GOAT, Rogan defined why he believes “Mighty Mouse” ought to get the honors (by way of MMA Mania):

“Here’s what’s disappointing to me, that for whatever reason, ‘Mighty Mouse’ never became a giant superstar,” Rogan stated. “That confused the shit out of me. When he took Ray Borg and suplexed him and caught him with an armbar on the way in which down…

“I used to be like what the fuck does this man should do to change into a celebrity? I imply his talent stage is off the chart. He doesn’t get hit. He’s a blinding fighter. He places on exhibits. [Johnson is] one of the best ever. He’s one of the best, bodily, ever.

“The only thing that keeps him from being thought of as universally the greatest of all time is Jon Jones. Jon Jones has been able to beat better guys. Jon Jones fights a better caliber of competition because the 205-pound weight class, at least at one point in time, had a deeper talent pool.”

What do you consider Rogan’s GOAT declare?

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