Joe Rogan podcast visitor flashes $1 million money throughout interview to advertise Jiu-Jitsu match: video

Joe Rogan podcast visitor flashes $1 million money throughout interview to advertise Jiu-Jitsu match: video

Comic Joe Rogan welcomed an Australian martial artist to his podcast who dumped $1 million in money out on a desk to advertise his upcoming combating match, video exhibits.

Craig Jones, a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu fighter, made an look on the immensely well-liked “Joe Rogan Expertise” podcast this week and in the course of the interview stated he needed to indicate potential fighters he has the prize cash to pay the champs of his inaugural Craig Jones Invitational.

The match will compete towards the worldwide Abu Dhabi Fight Membership [ADCC] Submission Preventing World Championship — thought to be essentially the most elite jiu-jitsu competitors on the planet the place Jones has twice received a number of medals.

Australian fighter Craig Jones introduced the money to show he might pay the winners of his new Jiu-Jitsu match. JRE Clips

“You introduced with you one million {dollars} in money which I’ve by no means seen earlier than — I’ve by no means seen one million {dollars} in a single place,  … I assume tip it out,” Rogan says, eradicating some glasses from the desk to make room on the desk through the interview.

Jones reaches down and pulls up a camo duffel bag and begins dumping stacks of payments on the desk because the cameras are rolling.

Lots of the payments have been loosely stacked collectively or by no means, Rogan famous.

Rogan commented he had by no means seen $1 million in entrance of him earlier than. JRE CLIPS
Jones’s match takes place in August. JRE Clips

“Girls and gents, that’s a million {dollars} in money. That’s so ridiculous,” the comedian says, laughing.

Jones is providing a prize of as much as $1 million for 2 weight courses of above 170 lbs. and one beneath. 

“I imply, this was the proof. I had the concept. I used to be like, I’ll carry a prop $1 million on Joe Rogan,” Jones informed Rogan. 

“However I used to be considering then they already don’t imagine I’ve the cash. So if I pulled out a prop million and also you have been like, ‘Oh, that’s faux cash,’ then I’m like, ‘oh my match’s fucked,’” he concluded.

The Craig Jones Invitational (CJI) web site describes the Aug. 16 and 17 match as “A nonprofit devoted to elevating sport and athlete compensation, whereas concurrently elevating cash for charitable causes.”

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