Joe Rogan Returns For UFC 269

The crew is back for UFC.

At UFC 269, ‘The A-Team’ will reunite to talk about the game. The ‘A’ in team refers to Jon Anik, who will handle play-by-play responsibilities this weekend, Joe Rogan, a color analyst and Daniel Cormier, a former UFC double-champion.

Since UFC 264 in July, Rogan hasn’t done a back-to-back broadcast. He was away since early this autumn for a few occasions.

The trio has made a lot of memories together in the cage.

When UFC 267 took place, Bruce Buffer missed his first official UFC event in years. Buffer’s ability to perform what he does best, announcing, would be hampered by a positive COVID-19 test.

With his health restored, the seasoned voice of the octagon will bring the year’s last pay-per-view event to a conclusion with a boom.

This time around, Megan Olivi is in charge of the interview.

Olivi will be live-blogging the event, providing pre-and post-fight interviews with the night’s key winners. She’ll also deliver live updates throughout the night as the card advances.

UFC Lightweight Champion Charles Oliveira and former interim champ Dustin Poirier are the two guys in the octagon. They’ll battle beneath the dazzling lights of Las Vegas, Nevada, the world’s fight capital.

From top to bottom, the bill is jam-packed with big stars like Amanda Nunes, Cody Garbrandt, Sean O’Malley, Dominick Cruz, and many others. However, the tournament isn’t only chock-full of well-known fighters.

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