The broadcast team of this Saturday night's UFC 272 pay-per-view has been set and will include the return of Joe Rogan.
UFC President Dana White confirmed the news of Rogan's return to the commentary booth during an interview with Barstool Sports' Robbie Fox, while also confirming that former two-division UFC champion, Daniel Cormier, will be absent from the call as he takes time to mourn the loss of his mother. Joining Rogan on the call will be Jon Anik and UFC Hall of Famer Michael Bisping who will fill in for Cormier.
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MMA Junkie also provided additional reporting on the rest of the broadcast team for UFC 272. Reporter Megan Olivi will be doing her usual duties as a fight correspondent, with Michael Eaves, Chael Sonnen, Anthony Smith, and legendary boxing trainer Teddy Atlas as analysts on the post-fight show for the event.
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