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Super Bowl LIV Torns the MMA Community Apart, Leaving Some Fighters Feeling Excited While Others Are Left Out of the Action

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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 Super Bowl LIV, defeating the San Francisco 49ers 22-19 in an overtime game that will go down in history. Patrick Mahomes threw for an impressive 333 yards and the game-winning touchdown, leaving the MMA community divided in their reactions.

On one hand, Nate Diaz, a Stockton native and prominent MMA fighter, was particularly vocal in his displeasure with the outcome of the game. “My fellow Californians fell just short,” he tweeted. “This is unacceptable.”

However, most fighters were simply disappointed that the rumored UFC 300 main event fight announcement did not come to fruition. Instead, UFC 300 remains without a main event, leaving some fighters feeling left out of the action.

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

“Did anyone catch the UFC 300 Main event announcement?” asked Brian Boom Kelleher. “I’m seriously stressed out about this Super Bowl game!”

“This Super Bowl game has me on edge!” tweeted Raquel Pennington. “What a great game!”

Derek Brunson weighed in with his thoughts on the Chiefs’ victory: “The Chiefs are once again Super Bowl champions! NFL teams are in trouble next year. Vets will take less to play with Mahomes! #SuperBowl”

Kyle Shanahan was also weighed in on Twitter: “I know I’m not supposed to say anything about football games but this one was tough for me as a coach.”

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