Musk, who is currently worth $266.1 billion, replied to Ukraine’s call for assistance after Russia’s incursion in probably the craziest manner conceivable.
Despite the fact that Putin is a major lover of judo, the South African challenged Putin to a battle, implying that the winner would be awarded Ukraine.
While it may have appeared unusual, who said Ukraine wanted to be won by Musk? UFC commentator Rogan has now chimed in with his two cents.
Musk has accepted the controversial podcaster’s offer, saying that he texted the 50-year-old to say he would organise all of his training.
“Elon Musk wants to go to war with Putin. Have you noticed it?” On one episode of the Joe Rogan Experience podcast, Rogan asked Australian comedian Monty Franklin a question.
“I offered my assistance. I contacted him and said, “Dude, I will take care of all your training.” I will organise all of your training if you genuinely want to fight Putin. It would be a f**king s**tttttttttttttt”
Ukraine’s Vice Prime Minister, Mykhailo Fedorov, tweeted at Musk in February, saying, “While you are attempting to colonise Mars, Russia is attempting to conquer Ukraine!
“Russian missiles hit Ukrainian civilians while your rockets successfully land from orbit! “We request that you deliver Starlink stations to Ukraine and address sane Russians to stand.”
Starlink is a space-based satellite system that SpaceX has been developing for years in order to provide internet connection to underserved parts of the globe. It refers to the dishes it serves as ‘terminals.’
More terminals were eventually sent to Ukraine, and Fedorov subsequently thanked Musk on social media for keeping his word.
The billionaire then turned to Twitter earlier this month to request a hit battle with Russian President Vladimir Putin, stating: “I, therefore, issue a single combat challenge to лaдимир утин [Vladimir Putin]. The stakes are high in крана [Ukraine].”
When it comes to the Russian invasion, Rogan is simply the latest figure from the combat sports world to be connected with fighting, but not in the same manner.
Wladimir and Vitali Klitschko, as well as contemporary fighters Oleksandr Usyk and Vasyl Lomachenko, have all taken up fighting for their nation.
Rogan, a podcaster who is paid a large sum of money by Spotify to broadcast his programme exclusively on the platform, is never far from controversy. He does, however, have the contacts necessary to assist Musk in training for Putin’s judo abilities, and at worst, he can assist the Tesla founder in becoming very flexible, to the point where he can suck his own appendage.