Serious question. The guy has followed UFC since the beginning, started working for the UFC in 1996 so he's been to more live UFC's than almost anyone, he's been around fighters for that long and been on the inside of the sport. Although he's never competed in MMA, he's competed in karate tournaments and has trained BJJ, muay thai and MMA for decades so he's knowledgable on a lot of MMA technique and strategy. Looking at it on paper, you'd think it'd be a no brainer. You'd think "of course this guy is an expert, how could he not be?" But it seems like he doesn't get that respect from the fans, who often look at him as a joke. And not without good reason - he's given some of the worst MMA takes in the history of the sport (Ronda once ever athlete who could beat 50% of the mens division, welcome to the Machida era, etc). What say you, does Rogan qualify as one of MMA's leading experts?