UFC lightweight Bobby Green is a showstopper of an entertainer when it comes to fights, maybe could be a showstopper as a talk show host too. Green has garnered a lot of respect from the MMA community lately for his move to save MMA UFC Fight Night 202 Battle card as a battle between Islam Makhachev and Beneil Dariush fell apart due to Dariush’s injury and Green picked up the fight against an unstoppable force like Makhachev with 10 days’ notice, assuming he had already fought 4 days before this fight.
Although Green lost his last fight, there is a willingness to improve that the UFC and fans appreciate in him. However, this isn’t the first time Green has struggled in the short term. More than half of his fights were short term. A Strikeforce veteran, Green is a man who overcomes adversity to get where he is today. From his younger brother’s death in a shooting to expecting a father figure to guide him for 20 long years, “King” Bobby Green has seen all about what tough times actually look like.
Bobby Green presents a unique reality show on Joe Rogan’s Podcast
In a conversation with the UFC color commentator Joe Rogan in his podcast THE JOE ROGAN EXPERIENCEGreen talks about the idea of hosting a talk show where he could solve famous rivalries like those between UFC megastars Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz. Starting from UFC196 Fight week, McGregor and Diaz shared a lot of heat during press conferences ahead of their rematch UFC202. To this day, McGregor and Diaz trade trash talk for each other, and fans are hoping for a trilogy one day.
“I want to take fighters that had beef. You know we take the world’s best beef if we could get the two fighters in the same room. Sit her down and let her speak.” says green “Let’s see if we can call it a peace treaty… Screw that shit. We go through the craziest beefs and stuff over time, you know. This is my little show. Imagine if we had Nate and Conor in the room. Nate is my cousin so I think I can get Nate to do it. But Conor, I don’t know about that,” Green completed. [h/t Essentially Sports]
What do you think of Bobby Green’s idea of a TV show that crushes beef through confrontation? Do you think it will affect the fight business of the UFC or any other fight promotion since bad blood was the elixir of a good fight setup? Where do you rank Green among your favorite fighters of all time? Who do you think is next for Green? For him, “King” is already ready for battle in May 2022.
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