It's no secret that Joe Rogan fancies himself as a bit of a fighter.
The respected UFC commentator and popular podcaster has often spoken about his days competing in taekwondo tournaments.
But behind the microphone, whether that be on-stage doing comedy or in the UFC commentary booth, is where his true talent lies.
Although a recent video has mixed martial arts fans eager to see Rogan step inside the steel cage.
Rogan recently posted a clip on his Instagram showcasing his impressive kicks.
The fan favourite legend manages to generate so much power in his spinning back kicks, sending the heavy back well out of camera frame before casually strolling back and executing another effortlessly.
"Working on perishable skills," Rogan wrote in the caption.
"10 rounds on the bag followed by technique work. I wanna sharpen everything up again now that my knees are feeling good."
The inch-perfect technique drew a reaction from his followers, who quickly flocked to the comments section to heap praise on him.
UFC star Chito Vera replied: "Solid! Next time I'm in Texas we need to practice this."
While Christ Holdsworth joked: "Please don't kick me like that haha."
As Muay Thai champion Liam Harrison added: "Looking solid!"
Even Edson Barboza, a man who is renowned for his insane striking and kicking ability commented on the post, along with a bunch of other current UFC fighters.
Some MMA fans were even demanding that UFC president Dana White sign Rogan on a one-fight deal.
Given that the bloke is now 52 years of age, it's highly unlikely that we'd ever see him throw hands (or kicks for that matter) with someone inside an octagon - although just imagine how many PPVs it would sell.
For most, this latest video is pretty damn impressive.
But for some of us, we've witnessed just how deadly Rogan's kicking ability is in the past.
This video is just the latest in a long line of clips which show Rogan absolutely annihilating a heavy bag or a pad of some description.
Of course, the viral clip of Rogan working alongside former UFC champion Georges St-Pierre springs to mind, but there have been a bunch of others too.
When he's not roaring "ooooooohhhh" at UFC events or interviewing some of the biggest names in the world for his podcast, the dude is clearly very talented in other walks of life too.