Joe Rogan is clearly a "Rowdy" fan.
The long-time UFC color commentator joined ESPN's SportsNation, where he said that in a hypothetical match-up between Ronda Rousey and Floyd Mayweather, he believes the Olympic Judoka would have the overall advantage.
"It is all about how much time Floyd has to prepare, because he will really have to work on his takedown defence. That would be the big thing. If Ronda got a clinch on him, it is not just about worrying about being taken down to the ground; it is worrying about knees to the body. It is worrying about her manipulating his body in ways that he doesn't understand."
Rogan thinks it comes down to the grappling department, as Mayweather would be in near useless in the clinch against Rousey.
"It is too hard to avoid the clinch. If you watch a Floyd Mayweather fight, they very rarely end in a one-punch knockout. He has brittle hands. His hands break. You are talking about small gloves where hands are going to break even easier. She keeps her chin tucked, hands high and gets ahold of you. There is going to be a lot of things she is doing that he doesn't understand."
What would it take for Mayweather to compete against Rousey? Rogan says it would take at least "six months to a year" before he could get his grappling to a competitive level.
"He would have to go with the very best trainers in the world and spend a good, solid six months to a year on nothing but grappling."