UFC beauty tells Joe Rogan that Covid is a ‘money grab’ and plot to ‘kill us’
UFC babe Julianna Pena claimed that Covid is a 'money grab' and a plot to 'kill us' during an incredible interview on the Joe Rogan Experience Podcast.
Pena, otherwise known as the Venezuelan Vixen, is the current UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion and ranked No.4 in the UFC's women's pound for pound rankings.
The 32-year-old beauty packs a punch in the octagon, and she didn't pull any punches with her views on Covid while talking to Joe Rogan either.
"I listened to [your] podcast with the two doctors, back-to-back – Robert Malone and [Peter McCullough]. I mean, that was eye-opening for me," Pena explained to Rogan.
"I’m a massive conspiracy theorist on this whole thing, and I have been since the very beginning. I’m like, ‘This is just a money grab.
"This is – they’re trying to kill us, and this is ridiculous.'"
"Whoa. I don’t think they’re trying to kill us," Rogan replied.
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"I think there’s a lot of confusion as far as what works and what doesn’t work. … Reality is, there’s a lot of people scared and a lot of confusion, and there’s also a lot of people that don’t want people discussing things.
"They only want one narrative, and that’s where it becomes a problem for me," Rogan pointed out.
To which Pena hit back: "To me, I don’t put on a mask unless somebody asks me.
"And then I’m like, ‘That’s over. Come on.’ … This is ridiculous. I’m sick of this. I’m so sick of it," she insisted.
Pena claimed her maiden UFC Women's Bantamweight Championship in a stunning upset against Amanda Nunes in December.
The two women are tipped for a rematch later this year, although Pena has her sights set on someone else if her Brazilian opponent doesn't step up to the plate.
"She really had a tough time getting along with me on The Ultimate Fighter," Pena said of Ronda Rousey, the inaugural women's UFC champion.
"She didn’t like me at all because I was friends with Miesha Tate. She wasn’t the nicest. It would be amazing to pull Ronda Rousey back out of retirement. It would be great to have her come back to UFC and fight again."
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