I think Rogan knows better than anyone else, he's done more post fight interviews on the biggest stage than anyone else. However I think if the production team sees a controversy earlier in the fight (like if stipe did tap a little) Rogan should have the discretion to interview the KO'd fighter on the "controversy".
I've seen many fights where a fighter panic tapped that would have stopped the fight had the ref seen it. If he doesn't, then the fight should roll on. Sorry Reem, just take the loss and watch the tapes later. If you can see a tap like you thought happened, bring it to the UFCs attention but don't risk sounding like a sore loser right after the fight :-(
Why do you have a polling website that doesn't display the total number of votes? Yes, I see the percentage, but how many people responded? Please update your service.
My position lies somewhere between the two, I think it should be left up to the fighter and who's cornering them to decide whether or not its a good idea to conduct the interview. I don't think you can put all KO's in the same basket, some KO are very violent with follow up shots that take several minutes for fighters to come to and gather themselves, while others fights may end in controversial endings where its questionable whether or not the fighter ever truly was KO'd, I don't think it would be right to make the decision for all of them and not give any of them a chance to speak if they feel their of sound mind.
you only let go off the fighter if the referee taps you and stops the fight. he was just a sore loser.
If he had not been interviewed by Rogan he would have brought this crap up at the post fight press conference and we wouldn't have had the replays to prove or disprove his comments.
Thought it was a cheap comment from the loser.