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Joe Rogan Makes A Ridiculous Amount Of Money From His Podcast

Joe Rogan Makes A Ridiculous Amount Of Money From His Podcast

Joe Rogan's podcast 'The Joe Rogan Experience' earned a staggering $30 million in revenue across 190 million downloads per month in 2019.

Forbes have released a list of the five biggest podcasts in the world and Rogan's show clocks in at top spot according to Apple.

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The UFC commentator has had a variety of guests on his show, including Mike Tyson and Tyson Fury.

Image Credit: Joe Rogan Experience
Image Credit: Joe Rogan Experience

Check out the top five highest earning podcasts last year below:

1.) Joe Rogan: "The Joe Rogan Experience" - $30 million

2.) Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark: "My Favorite Murder" - $15 million

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3.) Dave Ramsey: "The Dave Ramsey Show" - $10 million

4.) Dax Shephard: "Armchair Expert" - $9 million

5.) Bill Simmons: "The Bill Simmons Show" - $7 million

Rogan's iconic phrases such as 'Jamie, pull that up' and 'a buddy of mine' have also transformed him into an internet meme.

The 52-year-old uses his show to discuss UFC among other topics and recently came up with an idea that could change the fight game.

Rogan believes anyone that judges a current MMA contest should be 'fired' and replaced with nine ex-fighters to score UFC bouts.

Image Credit: Joe Rogan Experience
Image Credit: Joe Rogan Experience

"I think the system sucks," he said on The Joe Rogan Experience.

"The 10-point must system. It's boxing's system, it's not our system.

"The judges should at least have some martial arts experience, and I know there's a bunch of them that have never even f*****g trained, they just took some courses.

"It's horrible and they don't do anything about it.

"There's people that have put in bad decision after bad decision and then you see them still being listed as judges, and you're like, 'This is crazy.'

"They need to fire everyone. You know what they need to do? They should hire ex-fighters.

"It's like passing a written test, but never having driven a car. We should have more than three judges.

"Nine would be a good number because nine would be a tie-breaker if you had like, four one way, four the other way. I feel like three is ridiculous.

"Why do you only have three? You know the judges suck already, so why do you only have three people that suck?"

What do you think of Rogan's proposed idea?

Sound off in the comments below.

Featured Image Credit: Joe Rogan Experience

Topics: joe rogan, UFC

Daniel Marland

Daniel is a freelancer journalist for SPORTbible and covers a variety of sports but specialises in football & wrestling. He also has past experience of working at Manchester United and once locked eyes with Jose Mourinho. Shockingly, he lived to tell the tale.

 

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