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Joe Rogan Posts Heartfelt Apology For Actions After Daniel Cormier’s Loss To Jon Jones

Joe Rogan has apologised profusely for this…

Jon Jones claimed a win of gargantuan proportions last night at UFC 214, as he reaffirmed his status at the top of the promotion’s light-heavyweight division.

In the aftermath of the fight, Joe Rogan interviewed Daniel Cormier. Interviewing the losing fighter, who can often be concussed, goes against the norm, and Rogan came in for much criticism on social media.

In hindsight, Rogan realised the error, and posted a public apology on social media.

“My apologies to DC and to everyone else upset at me for interviewing him after the fight. In all honesty, I was kind of in shock and I don’t think I realised what I was doing until I had a mic in my hand and I was talking to him.

“I’ve said that I don’t want to interview fighters after they’ve been KO’d and then I did it to someone that I care a great deal about. It was 100% my f**k up and no one pressured me to do it.

“I was beating myself up about it all night, and whenever something like that happens it’s always my sincere intention to apologise and express my honest feelings.

“It’ll never happen again.”

My apologies to D.C. And to everyone else upset at me for interviewing him after the fight. In all honestly I was kind of in shock and I don’t think I realized what I was doing until I had a mic in my hand and I was talking to him. I’ve said that I don’t want to interview fighters after they’ve been KO’ed and then I did it to someone that I care a great deal about. It was 100% my fuck up and no one pressured me to do it. I posted a series of tweets about it on twitter but I know some of you folks only use instagram or Facebook so I thought the right thing to do is post it here as well. I was beating myself up about it all night, and whenever something like that happens it’s always my sincere intention to apologize and express my honest feelings. It’ll never happen again.

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