Upon further review, it appears that she meant to hit him square in the face


After watching this video that Joe Rogan posted to his Instagram (127 times) I am still laughing. This woman squared off with a punch machine as, what we can only assume is her boyfriend, looks on. She missed the bag, spectacularly and lands a shot right to his face. Upon further reviewing the video… I think she absolutely meant to punch the man in the face.

It’s not like she swings wildly and flailed her way to a perfect shot on this guy. Even better, is that in no way does she show any remorse when she punches him. In fact, she steps through the punch like she really was going for a knockout blow. Mission accomplished.

That’s what you get for making her sit in your car with the stupid bass up too loud, guy.

Coach K on the Joe Rogan Podcast talks Khabib and Conor. Fantastic clip.


Conor’s coach, John Kavanagh, made his way on to the Joe Rogan Podcast and had so much to say. If you are looking for negativity or smack talking from Coach K, just move on. Kavanagh is not that guy. In this clip, Coach K gives an incredible interview to Rogan and fantastic insight into everything related to Conor McGregor and himself as a coach.

He is a total class act and accepting of how the fight between Khabib and Conor went down. I.E. He treats MMA like a business, not an emotional affair. There’s no way you can’t like this guy once you listen to him speak.

Listening to Coach K, you get the feeling that he sits back and just laughs whenever Conor does something ridiculous. He must always be laughing because Conor is a handful.

Respect, Coach K.

Watch Joe Rogan’s new Netflix special that will offend everyone. Can’t wait


If you only know Joe Rogan as a UFC announcer then you’ve been missing out. Joe has been a comedian for about 30 years and his stand-up is some of the best out there. However, I must warn you, it’s sure to offend pretty much everyone on Earth. With that said, I can’t wait to see it.

Rogan has had many specials during his time as a comedian but the older and more bitter he becomes, the funnier these things have gotten. His new special comes out on Netflix on October 2 and it looks to be another killer that will offend soccer moms and church librarians, far and wide.

Check it out.

Mojahed Fudailat releases another instant classic MMA animation

Mojahed Fudailat

These animations are excellent, and this one is no exception!

Mojahed Fudailat does amazing animations that we’ve featured on this site a handful of times. He’s very talented and clever. He has a good does amazing animations that we’ve featured on this site a handful of times. He’s very talented and clever. He has a good eye for MMA and anytime I see he’s posted a new animation, I immediately check it out.

This time he’s done a spoof of the commentary team for UFC 228 calling the Darren Till vs. Tyron Woodley fight. The explode at times with excitement and he does a great job with how they react and puts his animations perfectly in sync with their actual dialogue. It’s a gift, and I wanted to share it with you guys!

Make sure you check out his Youtube page and see all his amazing animations, right here. For now, below you can see his latest, courtesy of his Twitter post.

Could the UFC be turning the gears on TJ Dillashaw vs. Henry Cejudo

TJ Dillashaw

TJ Dillashaw was on the Joe Rogan Experience and hinted it might take place. Well, I guess Demetrious Johnson’s being the best Flyweight ever and the longest running UFC champion ever doesn’t earn him an immediate rematch. In what was a very hotly contested clash, Henry Cejudo defeated Johnson to become the Flyweight champion via … Read moreCould the UFC be turning the gears on TJ Dillashaw vs. Henry Cejudo

Joe Rogan’s bones are chilling, thinking of Conor vs Khabib


I’m not going to lie, I’m totally on board with Joe Rogan here. He states that just thinking about Conor McGregor vs Khabib Nurmagomedov makes his bones chill. I totally get it. I had chilling bones when Khabib was supposed to fight Tony Ferguson four times. That fight never came to fruition and the state that MMA is in right now, many other big fights aren’t either.

I want to get excited for Conor vs Khabib but as history has shown, MMA fans are 50/50 when it comes to getting what is promised to them. It’s no one’s fault, it’s just happenstance. Unfortunate events happen and we get robbed of seeing fights that we really want to see. However, that doesn’t mean we can’t be bummed out about it.

Let’s just hope Conor isn’t around any busses when chilling with his custom Mac Life dolly. MMA needs this fight. Please baby Jesus, make it happen.

Just two Joes KILLING a kick machine. Schilling and Rogan.


Joe Rogan and Joe Schilling are two certifiable badasses. Both Joes decided to test out the kick machine and it’s safe to say that machine will never be the same again. It sounds like a sequence from a war movie where bombs continually go off. Except in this movie, Joe Rogan is saying “Oh shit” after each explosion.

Now, do those kicks 30-40 times in a fight to someone’s ribs or thighs and they won’t be right for at least ten years.

Granted these are two elite kickers and not many people kick much harder than these guys. Can you imagine how this would have gone if they weren’t wearing skinny jeans? That machine would have been bleeding.



Real Quick with Mike Swick’s athletic supporter in your ribs


When a guy gets kicked in the balls during a UFC fight, odds are you’ve heard Joe Rogan go on and on about steel athletic supporters. He usually goes on to tell us that the plastic ones that most fighters wear aren’t very good for support and the steel ones are way better to avoid getting your nuts cracked.

Enter former UFC fighter and Mike Swick teammate, Kyle Kingsbury. Kingsbury went on Rogan’s podcast and revealed that during training he was getting Swickatined and Mike’s steel cup broke his ribs.

Rogan always explains how fighters don’t like wearing those Diamond cups because( wait for it) it feels like a thong is going up their ass. Swick swears that he’s never worn a steel cup and that the Swickatine is just that damn good.

The reason he doesn’t wear one?

“I don’t like putting that string up my ass.”

None of us do, Mike. None of us do.

Joe Rogan opens up on why he no longer works on Fox Sports events

Joe Rogan

 Joe Rogan had issues both financially and with control with Fox There are certain facts about Joe Rogan that are not up for debate. Number one, he tells you what is on his mind, and doesn’t edit or bend his opinion for anyone. He speaks his truth and will die on the hill for it. … Read moreJoe Rogan opens up on why he no longer works on Fox Sports events

Joe Rogan, Anik and Cormier have some fun with Adalaide Byrd

Joe Rogan

Joe Rogan is a savage, check him out killing Adalaide Byrd

Last night during the UFC 222 event, Jon Anik made the possible mistake of reminded people that Adelaide Byrd was judging her first fight since her controversial decision during GGG and Alvarez. It didn’t take long for Joe Rogan and DC to take the bait and they were off to the races.

It starts innocent enough with Anik saying, “One of the judges judging this fight is Adalaide Byrd, her first time judging since the controversial 2016 decision in the GGG/Canelo Alvarez fight.” 

Rogan didn’t let that sit long and quipped, “She was driving a Ferrari after that fight.” They all laughed and Joe Rogan deadpanned, “She’s a nice lady though.”  Daniel Cormier quickly agreed to add, “She is a great lady, I saw her at the Ultimate Fighter….” and then all burst into laughter. Daniel Cormier tried to move on saying, “She’s a very nice lady and let’s just leave it at that.”  However, Rogan wasn’t done and he said, “So is my mom, but I wouldn’t want her calling any fights.” They again all burst out laughing and DC was like, “Someone come get Joe Rogan” jokingly. Joe added, “My mom would be like it…Canelo is handsome.” DC quipped, “I’ll give him the round.”  

It was all a funny exchange and made light of a serious situation in MMA. Judging and refereeing are just bad. Really bad. You can hear the exchange below.


UFC 217 commentary team, so good and so accurate


In what may be his most accurate video to date, Mojahed Fudailat once again kills it. This time, it isn’t the creativity of the video, rather the lack thereof. Tyron Woodley doesn’t show up with his camera and Dana White doesn’t die. Paulie Malignaggi is nowhere to be seen and neither is his yellow headgear. It’s just Joe Rogan, Daniel Cormier, and Jon Anik’s actual commentary of the Rose Namajunas vs Joanna Jedrzejczyk fight.

It is the fact that the animation goes so perfectly with the audio that makes this so funny. Rogan losing his mind, while Anik tries to keep it professional. Meanwhile, DC is just yelling and being a fan.

A+ stuff, Mr Fudailat.

MMA animation. “No Balls”. Things are different on the streets.

Things are different on the streets.

That’s right, people. Things are different on the streets than they are in the ring or cage. At least, that seems to be every fan excuse made by apologists. Since Conor McGregor fought Floyd Mayweather, all you hear are Conor fans saying, “Yeah, well in a REAL fight, things would be totally different.”

Our favorite MMA animator, Mojahed Fudailat, brings ‘what ifs’ to life through digital art. Here’s your ‘what if’ scenario if Brendan Schaub saw his superhero, Conor McGregor, out in real life. He goes on to show Paulie Malignaggi entering the conversation, as he’s been known to do. Then Nate Diaz brings the streets to Brendan Schaub with some Stockton slaps.

It’s like every article we’ve ever written has been made into a live action video. Using all of the actual soundbites makes this video a homerun!

Brendan Schaub details backstage May/Mac confrontation with Nate Diaz

Brendan Schaub details his backstage confrontation with Nate Diaz

Brendan Schaub went on Joe Rogan’s podcast and details what happened backstage at May/Mac with Nate Diaz. We saw the video of the confrontation, but now we hear it straight from the horse’s mouth.

This horse, however, wears skinny jeans and Gucci shoes. It’s well documented that Schaub was almost obnoxiously pro-McGregor for his showdown with Floyd Mayweather. In all truthfulness, Schaub said some things during the build up to the fight that were downright absurd. I’m SURE somewhere in there he mentioned the Nate Diaz fights with Conor and Nate just looks for a reason to not like you.

As Schaub described it, he was basically telling Nate that they could have their trilogy fight now. However, Nate seemed to still have an issue with Schaub’s previous analysis and blew off the talk of another fight with Conor.

Nate handled his anger towards Schaub exactly how you would expect a Diaz brother to. It’s just funny hearing it from Schaub’s mouth.

MMA Comedy Animations: Joey ‘CoCo’ Diaz and Joe Rogan on ‘Towelgate’.

MMA Comedy Animations: Joey CoCo Diaz and Joe Rogan on 'Towelgate'.

Everyone has had an opinion about ‘Towelgate 2017’, but you haven’t heard all of them until you hear an animated Joey ‘CoCo’ Diaz talk about it. What’s funny is, well, the whole video…. What’s funny is, that animated Joey Karate makes more sense than any real life theories people have had on the subject.

Yes, it’s a soundbite from the real Joey Diaz, but the message is clear. The time has come and gone for anything to be done regarding the towel weigh-in.

All truths aside, the video is one of Mojahed Fudailat’s funnier ones. I actually did laugh out loud when Daniel Cormier’s towel dropped.

It looks like we may have seen the last of Tyron Woodley and his iphone. You never know though. Dana White always manages to come back from the dead in Mojahed’s videos.

Do people still ‘Dab’?

Cowboy, Dana White, and the head of Joe Rogan as a squid.

Cowboy, Dana White, and the head of Joe Rogan as a squid.

You don’t normally find Joe Rogan in a Mojahed Fudailat video being only a head. However, this time around Joe is not only a head but a squid head. I know that sounds eerily similar to the plot of a Kurosawa film, but it isn’t. It’s just part of the plot of a short video by our good buddy, Mojahed Fudailat.

I’ll be honest, I don’t even understand the plot of any of these movies anymore. That’s fine because I’m still entertained. While anything with Cowboy Cerrone in it is entertaining, Joe Rogan ‘inking’ steals the show.

That… and some underwater racism.