Fans are begging for a change as Joe Rogan joins the UFC 300 commentary team of “Annoying” Daniel Cormier & Jon Anik


The historic UFC 300 card has received its broadcast team! The highly anticipated card is scheduled to take place on April 13th at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, taking place at the venue known for hosting another landmark event in 2016: UFC 200.

In a recent interview with TNT Sports, UFC CEO Dana White hinted that he wanted to pull out all the stops for this groundbreaking UFC card. The UFC boss explained: “So if you look at 300 properly, we have 12 current and former UFC champions or interim champions, seven pound for pound [ranked] Fighters, in almost every single fight there is a ranked contender, 16 ranked fighters in total.”


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The event's broadcast team was also recently announced. According to a post shared by MMA Orbit on X: “The commentary team for #UFC300 will consist of Jon Anik, Joe Rogan and Daniel Cormier.”. Originally reported by MMA Fighting, the commentary team will be there Megan Olivia, who will be tasked with editing backstage news and interviews. UFC veteran Din Thomas will also be part of the broadcast and give his expert advice during the fights.

However, fans weren't exactly thrilled with the names mentioned in the comments. Reactions to the update on social media suggest that the community is not particularly interested in the presence of certain members of the commentary team, particularly former “Champ-Champ” Daniel Cormier!

Fans condemn UFC 300's commentary team, with Joe Rogan and Daniel Cormier bringing excitement

UFC fans are voicing their disappointment over the lineup of the commentary team for the highly anticipated UFC 300 event, with many calling for a change. Here's a look at what fans had to say:

Fans sarcastically pointed out that commentators like Joe Rogan talked about “calf kicks” as one of the reasons why they would rather see a different cast in the locker room at UFC 300

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Some even pointed out that they thought Daniel Cormier had a penchant for dominating the dialogue throughout the show

The presence of Jon Anik was also a point of contention for many, as they outright claimed that he should be replaced by Paul Felder or Dominick Cruz, both former fighters.

Some fans demanded Michael Bisping to have been present there, as his charismatic enthusiasm resonates more with them

Fans even had a unique idea Mike Goldbergformer UFC commentator known for his iconic reputation “And just like that! It's all over!”to make a guest appearance at UFC 300

But the overwhelming response suggested that fans were not keen on Daniel Cormier's presence, wishing Paul Felder had been given a place in the dressing room instead

Many fans even outright expressed their disapproval of Rogan and Cormier's broadcast team, calling them “annoying,” which led to profanity


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In summary, fan reactions to the UFC 300 commentary team's announcement reflect a desire for variety and change. The consensus is leaning towards moving away from Cormier's involvement, with many arguing that Paul Felder or Michael Bisping would have been a better choice instead.


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What do you think of the UFC 300 commentary cast? Do you agree with the fans' opinion? Share your thoughts in the comments below!