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Joe Rogan not against Ronda Rousey vs Bryan Caraway: ‘You should be able to do whatever the f**k you wanna do’

UFC colour commentator Joe Rogan explained why he has no problem with a hypothetical Ronda Rousey vs. Bryan Caraway match-up.

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Ronda Rousey may be scheduled to face Cat Zinagno at UFC 182 next January, yet Joe Rogan appears to have more ambitious plans for the champ's future.

The longtime UFC color commentator discussed a hypothetical match-up between Rousey and Bryan Caraway at 135-pounds and explained that he has no problem with the two meeting in a regulated contest.

"If you know that a chick used to be a dude, but is now a chick and you fight her, I'm on board," Rogan said on his 'Fight Companion' podcast. "I think it should be legal to ride bulls, I think it should be legal to jump BMX, you should be able to do whatever the f**k you wanna do. I think a 135 pound chick should be able to fight a 135 pound dude."

Rousey and Caraway have been verbally jousting for over two years. The feud began when ‘Rowdy' usurped the Strikeforce women's bantamweight title from Miesha Tate, after which Caraway tweeted that if Rousey wanted to "challenge a man," he would "knock her teeth" down and "break her arm."

Rogan, however, sees no concern with the two athletes completing their feud in the octagon.

"I think if Ronda Rousey and Bryan Caraway talked enough s**t and they decided to go at it, I don't have any problem with that if they both agree to it."

Transcription taken from MMA Nuts (via