It's almost been two decades since Joe Rogan joined the UFC. The stand-up comedian made his debut interviewing fighters at UFC 12 in 1997 and, after serving the company as a commentator for 18 years, the 48-year-old is considering another career path.
Rogan, whose UFC contract expires in August, 2016, was joined by flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson on his latest podcast. The tv host hinted at parting ways with the promotion at the 1:39:30 mark - check out the video above.
"My contract's up in August. I might leave in August. It's possible," said Rogan. "I like doing shit that scares me. I like taking chances and I like walking away from things. I'm not a big fan of doing the same shit over and over again. I love it, it's not that I don't love it. I just like doing a lot of other shit, too."
Rogan apologizes for Cris Cyborg joke
UFC lead commentator, Joe Rogan details how the conversation about Cris Cyborg went down on a recent episode of his podcast and took full responsibility for the comments made, as well as issuing a public apology to her.
The veteran commentator will be broadcasting the highly anticipated UFC 194 PPV at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada on Dec. 12.