Joe Rogan was initially appalled with what went down at UFC 229, but as soon as his own podcast turned on the comedian/tv personality had changed his tune:
“Dillon was absolutely insulting Khabib, saying something to him and provoking him and then Khabib just jumped over the cage and attacked him,” Rogan, the presenter of the Joe Rogan Experience said on-air in the hours after the chaotic denouement to the title fight. “I couldn’t believe my eyes. I thought Khabib was just going to jump to the top of the cage and say ‘F*** you’.”“This is horrible. This is the nastiest thing I’ve ever seen,” said Rogan. “Attacking someone in the crowd is so stupid and so unnecessary and so foolish after such a spectacular victory.“
This is the guy who Khabib went after (Dillon Danis) pic.twitter.com/2uS2g10EOq
— Je suis Earl (@CrownRoyal22) October 7, 2018
Danis also claimed he could overpower Khabib:
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