“F*****g bald-headed midget”: Tyson Fury brutally bashes Joe Rogan over podcaster’s bold claim on Fury vs Jon Jones

Tyson Fury, renowned for his outspoken nature, continues to express his unfiltered thoughts, this time directing his ire towards Joe Rogan for recent comments made by the popular MMA personality.

Breaking his social media hiatus, ‘The Gypsy King’ resurfaced and didn’t hold back, referring to Joe as a ‘bald-headed midget’ for favoring UFC Hall-of-Famer Jon Jones over him.

Rogan asserted that if a hypothetical situation arose where Jones and Fury were locked in a room and forced to fight, the UFC star would emerge victorious, even suggesting he could “kill” the British boxing champion.

Rogan emphasized that Fury would have only a puncher’s chance, while highlighting Jones’ advantage in utilizing other martial arts techniques, albeit in a hypothetical scenario unlikely to transpire.

In a video rant shared online, Tyson vehemently dismissed Rogan’s claims, proclaiming himself unbeatable in any one-on-one confrontation. Fury further derided Joe for contradicting this belief, fueling the fiery exchange between the two personalities.

“I’m the baddest man on the planet. I heard Joe Rogan say something about me the other day, and I’ve been off all the social media so I didn’t reply to the little p*ssy. The little f***ing bald-headed midget. I heard him say that Jon Jones could f*ck me up if we were in a room together. I don’t think so. Not a man born from a mother can f*ck me up in a room on our own. Whatever happens in that room, I’d be walking out. Not a f***ing problem,” ranted the ‘Gypsy king’.

Joe staunchly champions Jon Jones, extolling his unique skill set that combines grappling with striking techniques, including kicks, punches, and clinches. Rogan firmly believes that this multifaceted approach would prove overwhelming even for a boxer widely regarded as the greatest of this generation.

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Tyson Fury and his long-standing feud with UFC

Despite never having competed in the UFC octagon, Tyson has had interactions with several individuals associated with the organization, including Jon Jones and Joe Rogan.

In addition to engaging in verbal exchanges with Conor McGregor and other outspoken fighters within the promotion, the British boxer has reportedly engaged in discussions regarding a potential boxing showdown with former heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou.

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Given that Ngannou is no longer bound by a UFC contract and appears to have the freedom to explore opportunities within the Professional Fighters League (PFL), the possibility of a highly anticipated bout between Fury and ‘The Predator’ has significantly increased.

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