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Joe Rogan’s Bold Call for UFC Rule Change Sparks Controversy

Joe Rogan’s call for a UFC rule change, Sean Strickland’s accusations against Paulo Costa, and Oleksandr Usyk’s team concerns before the heavyweight title fight add drama to the MMA scene.

Joe Rogan advocates for PRIDE FC rules to return to MMA, Sean Strickland accuses Paulo Costa of contract delays, and Oleksandr Usyk’s team raises safety concerns before the Tyson Fury fight.

Joe Rogan’s Call for UFC Rule Change Sparks Debate

In a recent episode of The Joe Rogan Experience, Joe Rogan expressed his desire to see some PRIDE FC rules make a comeback in modern MMA. Specifically, Rogan highlighted the benefits of a 10-minute first round and the need to earn a standup after being taken down. His comments have ignited a heated discussion among MMA fans and fighters.

Sean Strickland Calls Out Paulo Costa

On a different note, Sean Strickland has publicly accused Paulo Costa of failing to sign the contract for their upcoming UFC 302 fight. Strickland didn’t hold back, labeling Costa as a coward and raising concerns about his professionalism.

Usyk’s Team Raises Concerns Before Heavyweight Title Fight

Adding to the pre-fight tension, Oleksandr Usyk ‘s team has raised an issue regarding a potential tripping hazard on the ring canvas ahead of the highly anticipated heavyweight title clash against Tyson Fury. The complaint has intensified the drama surrounding the fight week in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Fighter Accusation
Sean Strickland Paulo Costa’s Contract Signing Failure
Oleksandr Usyk Tripping Hazard Complaint

Joe Rogan’s advocacy for rule changes, Strickland’s bold accusations, and Usyk’s team concerns have set the stage for an eventful period in the world of MMA.