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From MMA Matters: The Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl Victory and the Disappointment of Not Getting a UFC 300 Main Event Fight

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Feb 12, 2024
MMA Fans Question Lack of UFC 300 Main Event Announcement Amid Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl Win

The Kansas City Chiefs have emerged victorious in the Super Bowl, winning their second consecutive championship. The MMA community is reacting with mixed emotions, as some are thrilled for the team’s success, while others are disappointed that a UFC 300 main event fight announcement did not occur.

Nate Diaz was particularly vocal in his displeasure at seeing his fellow Californians fall short of victory. However, most fighters were simply disappointed that the rumored UFC 300 main event fight did not happen. The Kansas City Chiefs have now become the first repeat champions in the NFL in nearly 20 years.

Here are some of the best social media reactions from the MMA community:

“Did anyone catch the UFC 300 Main event announcement?” – Brian Boom Kelleher (@brianboom135)

“This Super Bowl game has me stressed!!! what a great game!” – Raquel Pennington (@RockyPMMA)

“THIS WAS THE CHIEFS WORST TEAM. NFL TEAMS ARE IN TROUBLE NEXT YEAR! THEY WILL SURE UP THEIR HOLES, VETS WILL TAKE LESS TO PLAY WITH MAHOMES!” #SuperBowl – Derek Brunson (@DerekBrunson)

“Kyle Shanahan is show muscles. Regular season offensive genius. Postseason SB dud.” – Will Brooks (@ILLxWillBrooks)

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