Joe Rogan has left fans stunned with a shocking revelation about his kickboxing career, admitting that he was “getting brain damage.” The revelation came during a recent episode of The Joe Rogan Experience podcast, where the host and former kickboxer spoke candidly about the toll that his years in the sport took on his body.
Rogan admitted that he “was getting brain damage” during his kickboxing career, shocking both his guest and longtime friend Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and fans of the podcast. The 54-year-old MMA commentator and comedian revealed that he suffered multiple concussions and head injuries during his time as a professional kickboxer.
The news has left many stunned, as Rogan has never been shy about discussing the physical toll that combat sports can take on athletes. His revelation serves as a powerful reminder of the risks that athletes face in combat sports, and the lasting impact that these sports can have on their long-term health.
Rogan’s admission has sparked a larger conversation about the safety of combat sports and the importance of prioritizing athlete health and well-being. Many have praised Rogan for his honesty and bravery in sharing his own struggles with brain damage, and for shedding light on the challenges that athletes in combat sports face.
As for ‘The Rock’, the actor and former professional wrestler expressed his support for his friend, acknowledging the sacrifices and risks that athletes in combat sports make in pursuit of their careers. The two friends continued their conversation, reflecting on their respective careers and the impact that combat sports have had on their lives.
Rogan’s shocking revelation has sparked widespread discussion and debate, raising important questions about the safety and well-being of athletes in combat sports. As the conversation continues, it is clear that Rogan’s honesty has had a profound impact on both his fans and fellow athletes, and has sparked an important dialogue about the challenges and risks that athletes face in combat sports.