People claim they thought Joe Rogan and Dana White were the same person until picture emerged
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You have probably come across someone in your lifetime that you feel looks somewhat similar to yourself.
Whether that is the stylish hair, or questionable fashion sense - we all have that lookalike don't we?
The same goes in the celebrity world, and perhaps more of us point out lookalikes in this area as they are so well known.
Some celebs that come to mind where many say they lookalike include Margot Robbie and Samara Weaving, Jennifer Connelly and Demi Moore and more comedic ones like Boris Johnson and Donald Trump.
However, those celebrity lookalikes are nothing like these new two, as these are so alike many thought they were the same person until recently.
The pair are UFC duo Joe Rogan and Dana White, who have actually been close friends for a long period of time.
For those unaware, White is the UFC president while Rogan is a commentator for the mixed martial arts promotion, alongside being an actor and podcast host of course.
Well, it seems many non-UFC fans thought they were the same person.
As a result, some have been left shocked after seeing what they thought was the same person actually being two different people, and they have now gone to social media to see if they were the only ones.
Accompanying a picture of the pair, one person wrote on Twitter: "Okay I thought Joe Rogan and Dana White were the same person for several years."
Meanwhile, a second wrote: "Hold up, Joe Rogan and Dana White are not the same person."
"You were never alone. Same here!" one person wrote.
Meanwhile, another wrote: "It was today when I found out that Joe Rogan and dana white are indeed not the same person."
And a third remarked: "You telling me Joe Rogan and Dana white not the same person?"
Of course, there was a lot of UFC fans who were rather disgusted by the comments made about the pair on social media.
A lot pointed out that the pair of them are rather famous figures in the UFC scene, and to suggest that they are the same person is a bit of an 'insult'.