it. Seen, you post a couple of times Joe Rogan being like basically, Jake can fight, right? Yep. How important has his endorsement or his kind of positive comments about your actual abilities. Forget all like the bullshit and the marketing, all that. But like your actual boxing abilities, how important is it to win over people like a Joe Rogan or others with big audiences that understand the game of fighting to help change the way that people look at you in this
word? No, it's it's, it means a lot and and it's needed for sure. Sure. And he has so much credibility, I think probably more credibility than anyone, you know, if there's a top-three credibility and fighting list Joe Rogan's, damned at the top of it, if not number two or three and he has that big audience but he gets it, you know, he's seen more fights than anyone. He knows how hard it is to knock someone down. Like Anderson Silva, how hard it is to knock out Tyron Woodley, so he sees what I'm doing. And he's right, like he's basically said if I wasn't a YouTube kid and I was just a young boxing Prospect beating all of these people, everyone would be like what the (expletive) this kids can punch, like he can knock people out. This is going to be a world champion, but for some reason they just say, oh, it's fake fights are rigged. This is bullshit. And I even see people say oh Jake is pain, Joe Rogan to say this and like to me like it just gone. It was a slippery slope of like disbelief and people just discrediting everything that I have worked for in the sport. And the slope is so much more slippery or now and there's really no coming back from that.
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