Joe Rogan wishes that Cain Velasquez beat alleged child molester to death

Joe Rogan has voiced his support for former UFC Champion Cain Velasquez, who is accused of attempted murder on an alleged child molester.

The MMA fighter was arrested on February 28 and charged with attempted first-degree murder, in addition to several other weapons and assault charges. In the belief that Harry Goularte sexually assaulted his four-year-old relative 100 times, the heavyweight chased the supposed perpetrator in a high-speed car chase.

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After an 11-mile chase, Velasquez ran his car into the vehicle containing Goularte and his stepfather. He then shot the wrong man.

The MMA community have shown their support to the fighter stating that they would’ve done the same thing if an assault like that happened to their child.

Several prominent members of the UFC have voiced their opinions on the matter, including their most famous colour commentator.

Joe Rogan comments on Cain Velasquez case

On a recent episode of ‘The Joe Rogan Experience,’ the podcaster sat down with former middleweight champion Michael Bisping and discussed the events. The pair of fathers shared their stance on the matter, and the American opened up on what he would’ve liked to have happened.

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He said: “You could only imagine the rage, the f***ing rage that must have been going through that man’s mind. I mean, my only wish is that he did it with his hands. My only wish is that he just ran that car off the road, pulled that guy out of the f***ing car, and beat him to death. F**k you.”

Bisping added: “Even that would have been too good for him.”

Rogan then concluded the conversation by giving his opinion on people who commit crimes against children.

“That is a sickness. There’s like a certain sickness that people have, that human beings have, sicknesses of the mind. But that one, molesting a f***ing baby? A four-year-old is like a baby. Molesting children is the sickest of all of those sicknesses.”

Despite multiple fighters and UFC President Dana White writing letters to the judge, the sportsman was denied bail. Velasquez will next attend court on April 12.

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