Joe Rogan Tells Canadians To ‘Get Your S*** Together’ After ‘F*** Trudeau’ Chants At UFC 297

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Joe Rogan has called on Canada to “get your s*** together’ and replace Prime Minister Justin Trudeau after fans at UFC 297 expressed their displeasure with the country’s leader through ‘f*** Trudeau’ chants.

The UFC returned to Canada with the UFC 297 pay-per-view event earlier this month, the main focus of which was the middleweight title headliner featuring Sean Strickland and Dricus du Plessis.

During the pre-fight press conference, a Canadian journalist asked former champion Strickland about his 2021 comments where he mentioned he would view himself as a failed man if he had a gay son. Clearly upset by the question, Strickland didn’t hold back and strongly criticized the journalist in his response.

“You’re part of the f***ing problem,” Strickland said. “You elected Justin Trudeau. When he seized the bank accounts, like you’re just f***ing pathetic. The fact that you have no f***ing backbone and as he shut down your f***ing country and seized bank accounts, you ask me some stupid s*** like that? Go f*** yourself.”

Although Strickland received a ton of flak from Canadian media for his comments, the crowd at UFC 297 voiced their support for him with anti-Trudeau chants, something that Joe Rogan acknowledged on his podcast.

“F*** Trudeau,” Rogan said. “They’re yelling ‘F*** Trudeau’. Yea. Yea. Canada, get your s*** together. Come back. Come back to what you used to be. That Pierre Poilievre guy, however you say his name. That guy makes sense.”

What do you make of Joe Rogan’s comments?