Study shows majority of women find it a ‘turn off’ if partner listens to Joe Rogan podcast
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According to a new study, most women find it a turn off if their partner listens to Joe Rogan’s podcast.
Rogan, who rose to fame for being the president of UFC has been presenting the Joe Rogan Experience since 2009.
It has been reported that the Joe Rogan Experience is the most popular podcast in the world.
According to Dexerto, Rogan received a $100 million deal when he signed for Spotify exclusively.
Throughout the years, many big names have appeared on the podcast talking about their careers, lives and beliefs.
However, it has recently been found that the majority of women find it a turn off if their partner listens to the Rogan podcast.
A study conducted by Change Research, which asked over 1000 18-34-year-olds resulted in 55% deeming it a red flag if a partner listens to the Joe Rogan Experience podcast.
In comparison, only 35% of men said the same about women listening to the podcast.
Recently, Rogan was live streaming UFC 293 in which Israel Adesanya fell to a shock defeat against Sean Strickland.
After watching the event, Rogan said: “I’m stunned. I think this is the most stunned I’ve ever been, surprised at a performance.
“Like, Holly Holm-Ronda [Rousey]. I knew Holly was dangerous. I knew Holly was a legit striker and if Ronda couldn’t get her to the ground, Holly is a multiple-time world kickboxing champion.”
He continued: “When he cracked him with that right hand in the first round, I was like, ‘What world? What timeline are we on?’”
Whilst Strickland said during his post-fight interview: “Am I dreaming, am I going to wake up? Somebody hit me. Never in a million years did I think I would be here. I don't cry much but I'm trying to keep [myself] together right now.
“Izzy's had how many highlight knockouts, he's beaten the majority of my friends pretty easily. I was even doubting myself at times, but the fans in Australia motivated me.”