Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) commentators Mike Goldberg and Joe Rogan may not always say what mixed martial arts (MMA) fans are hoping to hear on UFC broadcasts, but there is no denying the duo works as hard as anyone to try and become masters of their craft.
Goldberg and Rogan have called well over 100 events and 1000 fights together; however, each broadcast is uniquely difficult and requires individual emphasis in order to ensure things go as smoothly as possible from the first bout on the card to the last.
Prior to the recent UFC 159: "Jones vs. Sonnen" event in Newark, N.J., both Goldberg and Rogan were tailed by a camera crew from official UFC sponsor MetroPCS to get an inside look at exactly what kind of work they do in the lead-up to a major UFC pay-per-view (PPV) event.
In the three-minute video, Goldberg and Rogan talk about their individual roles, how they come together as a team, the preparation that goes into calling each event and much more.
Watch the UFC 159: "Commentators" video embedded above.