Joe Rogan takes on Internet challenger at 10th Planet
While training at 10th planet Jiu-Jitsu HQ, Joe Rogan is approached by a man who has issued him a challenge to a grappling fight (in training, it’s called rolling) on MySpace.
Something tells me that he may of just been a fan who wanted to get Joe’s attention but, I’m not exactly sure issuing a challenge is the way to go about that.
The video begins as Joe explains to his instructor Eddie Bravo what happened. It is Mr. Bravo’s idea to get the two rolling on film.
The men head over and approach the challenger one more time.
Next thing it cuts to is Joe defending a single leg by snatching the challengers neck in a standing guillotine choke. It then continues to show Joe manhandling the other man two more times quickly securing choke holds in the process.
As Eddie Bravo himself said best near the ending of the video, “That’s what happens when you challenge Joe Rogan.” Watch the action below:
About Joe Rogan:
Joseph James Rogan is an American podcaster, sports commentator, and stand up comedian. Rogan is the host of his own podcast titled The Joe Rogan Experience, a weekly talk show where he converses with people from various backgrounds. Also a comedian, he began performing standup comedy in 1989 and still performs regular tours to this day. Rogan has worked for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) since 1997, and is now a color commentator for the promotion. In addition, Rogan has had roles on the television sitcoms Hardball and News Radio and was the host of reality shows Fear Factor and Joe Rogan Questions Everything.
He is a black belt in Eddie Bravo’s 10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu, a style of no-gi Brazilian jiu-jitsu, and a black belt in gi Brazilian jiu-jitsu under Jean Jacques Machado. He was also a kickboxer, holding an amateur record of 2-1. [Source: wiki]