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Joe Rogan has actually made it recognized he does not desire or like to interview fighters after they have actually been knocked out. At UFC 241, he made an exception of the guideline as he interviewed Daniel Cormier after he lost by TKO to Stipe Miocic.

Why Rogan chose to interview ‘DC’ was easy. He believed it might have been the last time we see him in the Octagon and desired to get his ideas on it. He published his description on his Facebook page.

” Congrats to the GOAT heavyweight Stipe Miocic for restoring his crown and sealing his tradition as a legend! Some individuals were puzzled as to why I interviewed DC after the battle since I’ve openly mentioned that I do not believe it’s a great concept to interview fighters after they’ve been KO’ed. I believe the majority of what took place to DC was those harsh body shots, and although Stipe dropped him with headshots he was never ever out cold, and appeared clear-headed after he stood and the outcomes were revealed to the crowd and Stipe got the belt offered to him. The UFC requested an interview, and I asked DC if he was okay with it, and he stated, Yes.

“I think interviewing fighters after a brutal loss is kinda sketchy, but I was also thinking that it’s possible that this may be the last time we see DC in the octagon. I love DC, and I would never want to put him in a bad position, but I made a judgment call and felt this would be alright. Whatever he decides to do from here on out the man is a future hall of famer and one of the best to ever do it. It will be very interesting to see what he decides to do from here out.”

What is next for Daniel Cormier after his loss at UFC 241 is presently unidentified.

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