UFC Commentators

Last Modified Oct 21, 2022 10:14 GMT

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The success behind every UFC event lies in the combined effort put in by not just the fighters, but also the promoters, cage side officials, referees, and announcers. Another integral part of this is the signature voices that cover all these events, with their brilliant timing and analysis. The UFC commentators have made the sport exciting and fun to watch with their audio gift.

This is a list of all the commentators who are currently active within the UFC.

UFC Commentary Team for UFC 280

Jon Anik, Daniel Cormier, and Paul Felder are part of the commentary team at UFC 280.

UFC 280: Oliveira vs. Makhachev is an upcoming mixed martial arts event produced by the Ultimate Fighting Championship that will take place on October 22, 2022, at the Etihad Arena in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Where Jon Anik, Doniel Cormier, and Paul Felder are all set to call the action of UFC 280. Jon Anik will once again be the leading man on the mic and will command play-by-play alongside UFC Hall of Famer Daniel Cormier and retired fighter Paul Felder.

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  1. Joe Rogan
  2. Jon Anik
  3. Daniel Cormier
  4. Michael Bisping
  5. Paul Felder
  6. Brendan Fitzgerald
  7. Dominick Cruz

Joe Rogan

UFC 274: Oliveira v Gaethje

Arguably one of the most famous personalities of the UFC is Joe Rogan. With a long and storied career as the most long-serving commentator of the UFC, Joe Rogan is celebrated for epic reactions. He is also widely regarded for his knowledge of MMA and the fighters whose events he provides commentary on.

Jon Anik

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Jon Anik is another familiar face when you think of the UFC commentary team. Anik began his career with ESPN as an anchor and also the host of MMA Live on ESPN 2. Anik made his UFC debut as a commentator in 2011, and since 2017 is the UFC’s main play-by-play commentator. His measured tone and commentary of every second of the fight is something he is widely known for.

Daniel Cormier

UFC 271: Roxanne Modafferi v Casey O’Neill

Daniel Cormier was already well known as being one of the greatest heavyweight champions in UFC, before making his switch to commentary following his retirement in 2020. With his Olympic-level wrestling skills, “DC” is brilliant when it comes to breaking down intense ground fights in the octagon. level wrestling skills, “DC” is brilliant when it comes to breaking down intense ground fights in the octagon.

Michael Bisping

UFC Fight Night: Overeem v Harris

Remembered for his aggressive striking and brutal trash-talking, Michael “The Count” Bisping currently serves as a part of the UFC commentary team. Despite his image as a fighter, Bisping provides a highly balanced perspective of the fight as a commentator. He is also known to provide a funnier touch to his commentary.

Paul Felder

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Former lightweight division UFC fighter, Paul Felder is amongst one the newer faces to join the UFC commentary team. After Rogan, Paul Felder is the other commentator known for his over-the-top cage-side reactions that often add a layer of thrill to the fights.

Brendan Fitzgerald

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Former Fox News anchor and ESPN host, Brendan Fitzgerald joined the UFC as a commentator back in 2017. Fitzgerald has delivered commentary to a host of big UFC events, his style of commentary is heavily influenced by his prior experience as a mainstream anchor.

Dominick Cruz

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With the level of experience gained within the octagon as an elite fighter, Dominick Cruz is one of the most experienced fighters to take to commentary in the UFC. Although sometimes highly technical in his style, the former two-time UFC bantamweight champion is also known to be highly critical and sometimes missing the beat.

Latest updated on 21st Oct 2022