Joe Rogan has been Octagon-side for nearly all of the big matches the UFC has put on.
Saturday night, Rogan saw first-hand one of the biggest upsets in the sports history, as Chris Weidman knocked out Anderson Silva and became the new UFC middleweight champion at UFC 162: Silva vs. Weidman.
“There’s beauty in chaos,” Rogan posted early Sunday morning on his Twitter account. “When people ask me why I rarely make fight predictions, I will forever refer them to (Saturday) night. In MMA you just never (expletive) know.”
Some immediately following questioned the loss by Silva, hinting at a “fix” being in. Rogan tossed that acquisition aside.
“For the folks that are tweeting that it was a fixed fight, put down your phone, close your laptop and step away from the Internet,” he said. “People who are saying Anderson didn’t want to win are silly as well. He clowned and got cracked. We got to see it We’re all lucky.”