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MMA world questions the absence of UFC 300 main event announcement amidst Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl win celebration

ByEditor

Feb 12, 2024

The Kansas City Chiefs claimed their latest Super Bowl title on Sunday, and the MMA fraternity is buzzing about it. The Chiefs famously overcame San Francisco 49ers in what turned out to be an overtime thriller, with Patrick Mahomes capping off an impressive night with 333 passing yards and the game-winning touchdown. Adamant in expressing his dissatisfaction, Stockton native Nate Diaz was among the most vocal voices of discontent, clearly displeased that his fellow California team missed out on the crown.

In the wake of the much-anticipated clash, the MMA community was also left disheartened by the UFC 300 main event announcement that never materialized. Instead, a main event for UFC 300 is still up in the air, further fueling the disappointment. Meanwhile, it is worth noting that, with their victory, the Chiefs became the first team in nearly 20 years to achieve back-to-back NFL championships, a milestone that has set the stage for a compelling title race across the upcoming season.

In addition, many prominent members of the mixed martial arts community took to social media to weigh in on the contest. The reaction was mixed, as various prominent figures lent their support to the Chiefs and reflected on their own admiration for the NFL and the thrilling conclusion of the game. Others chose to comment further on the outcome of the game and the performance of some of its key figures, adding a new layer to the conversation and exploring the wider implications of the event. In doing so, they have added their voices to the myriad opinions and commentaries being shared in the wake of the epic Super Bowl finale.

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