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UFC 300

UFC 300 Date: April 13, 2024

UFC 300 Venues: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas (capacity 20,000)

UFC 300 Headline Fight: Alex Pereira (champion) vs Jamahal Hill

League/Organization: UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) 

Sport: MMA (Mixed Martial Arts)

Legendary UFC Fighters: Khabib Nurmagomedov, Conor McGregor, Ronda Rousey, Jorge Masvidal, Nate Diaz, Georges St-Pierre, Anderson Silva

UFC 300

UFC 300 is one of the biggest UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) events of the year with 20 men and 6 women across various weight classes facing off at Las Vegas’s 20,000-seat T-Mobile Arena. With 13 bouts on the fight card for UFC 300, fans of MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) are in for a full evening of heart pounding (and face pounding) excitement with some of the best strikers and submission artists on the planet as they go head to head in the Octagon in the search for glory and gold. 

Who is fighting in the main headline fight at UFC 300?

The main headline fight at UFC 300 is a UFC Light Heavyweight Championship bout between Alex Pereira and Jamahal Hill. Pereira, from Brazil, is the current UFC Light Heavyweight world champion (he was formerly also UFC Middleweight champion), while Hill, from Chicago, was actually the previous champion but was forced to relinquish the title due to a prolonged absence after he ruptured his Achilles tendon. Both fighters are known for their furious striking ability, with Pereira (known as Poatan, “Hands of Stone”) boasting an MMA record of 9-2 with 7 knockouts while Hill (known as Sweet Dreams) more than holds his own at 12-1 with 7 knockouts as well. It is a fascinating title bout that will have fans up out of their seats as they strain to see which man becomes the next UFC champion!

How can I find the cheapest tickets to UFC 300 and other sold out UFC events?

Tickets to UFC 300 are some of the most sought after tickets in professional sports. With a huge headline championship bout (Pereira vs. Hill) along with a fight card of 12 other fights featuring such top MMA fighters as Justin Gaethje, Charles Oliveira, Sodiq Yussuf, Arman Tsarukyan, Jessica Andrade, and Holly Holm. If you are searching for the cheapest tickets to UFC 300, keep checking the TicketX listings on this page to find cheap tickets as they become available. With just one click, you can purchase tickets from TicketX with the lowest commission fees!

When is UFC 300 happening?

UFC 300 will take place on April 13, 2024. The 8 preliminary bouts start at 3 pm PDT (local time), followed by the 5 fights on the main fight card at 7 pm PDT. The headline championship fight (Pereira vs. Hill) will be the final fight of the night.  

Where is UFC 300 happening?

UFC 300 is set to be held at the dazzling T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Home to the Stanley Cup Champion Vegas Golden Knights of the NHL, T-Mobile Arena holds 20,000 fans for hockey games, though UFC events also have added floor seating immediately surrounding the Octagon. Built in 2016, T-Mobile Arena is a state of the art sports venue that is one of the best places in the world to appreciate the intensity of top level championship UFC action!

Who else is on the fight card for UFC 300?

The 13 fights at UFC 300 are divided into two groups: 8 preliminary bouts followed by 5 fights on the main fight card. 3 of the 5 main fight card fights are championship title bouts. The headline championship fight is Pereira vs. Hill

UFC 300 Preliminary Bouts

Jiri Prochazka vs. Aleksandar Rakic (Men’s Light Heavyweight)

Calvin Kattar vs. Aljamain Sterling (Men’s Featherweight)

Kayla Harrison vs. Holly Holm (Women’s Bantamweight)

Jessica Andrade vs. Marina Rodriguez (Women’s Strawweight)

Deiveson Figueiredo vs. Cody Garbrandt (Men’s Bantamweight)

Diego Lopes vs. Sodiq Yusuff (Men’s Featherweight)

Bobby Green vs. Jim Miller (Men’s Lightweight)

Renato Moicano vs. Jalin Turner (Men’s Lightweight)

UFC 300 Main Fight Card

Alex Pereira (champion) vs. Jamahal Hill (Men’s Light Heavyweight UFC Title Fight)

Zhang Weili (champion) vs. Yan Xiaonan (Women’s Strawweight UFC Title Fight)

Justin Gaethje (champion) vs. Max Holloway (Men’s Lightweight BMF* Title Fight)

Cody Brundage vs. Bo Nickal (Men’s Middleweight)

Charles Oliveira vs. Arman Tsarukyan (Men’s Lightweight)

Along with the two proper UFC Title Fights on the main fight card, the matchup between Justin Gaethje and Max Holloway is for an unofficial title known as the BMF* (the Baddest M*****f*****) given to a certain fighter who displays special toughness and flair (often for spectacular knockouts). While unofficial, UFC owner Dana White did actually have a custom belt created for the BMF and the title has thus become highly coveted by UFC fighters and of great interest to UFC fans. Justin Gaethje, the current BMF, earned this distinction by knocking out Dustin Poirier with an incredible head kick at UFC 291 (sweet revenge for a TKO loss to Poirier in 2018). Gaethje will likely get a shot at the UFC Lightweight Title later this year, with this matchup against Holloway a big test to see if he deserves it (as well as the BMF belt).

What can I do if UFC 300 tickets are sold out?

The UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) holds events throughout the year with the majority taking place in Las Vegas, but others taking place in venues all over the world as befits the international nature of both the athletes and the sport’s fanbase. UFC events like UFC 300 are so popular that tickets often sell out well in advance.

For the best chance to get your hands on the limited tickets to UFC 300, search the TicketX listings on this page to view available tickets as they appear. With a single click, you can be one of the lucky ones with tickets to UFC 300!

What other UFC events are happening in 2024?

Two types of UFC events are most common and popular: 

  1. Classic UFC numbered events (UFC 299, UFC 300, UFC 301, etc.)

  2.  UFC Fight Nights

UFC Fight Nights happen more frequently (mostly in the UFC Apex in Las Vegas) and feature mostly up and coming fighters. UFC numbered events are larger events usually staged in arenas or stadiums that feature more title bouts and established, well known fighters. 

UFC numbered events began with the first UFC championship (UFC 1) in 1993 and have continued to be numbered sequentially as the sport has increased in popularity through the past three decades. Here are the UFC numbered events currently scheduled for 2024 (subject to change):

  • Jan 20 - UFC 297: Strickland vs. du Plessis (finished) - Scotiabank Arena (capacity 19,800) - Toronto, Canada

  • Feb 17 - UFC 298: Volkanovski vs. Topuria (finished) - Honda Center (capacity 18,336) - Anaheim, California

  • Mar 9 - UFC 299: O'Malley vs. Vera 2 (finished) - Kaseya Center (capacity 19,600) - Miami, Florida

  • Apr 13 - UFC 300: Pereira vs. Hill - T-Mobile Arena (capacity 20,000) - Las Vegas, Nevada

  • May 4 - UFC 301: Alexandre Pantoja (champion) vs. Steve Erceg - RioArena (capacity 18,000) - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

  • Jun 1 - UFC 302: TBA vs. TBA - Prudential Center (capacity 17,625) - Newark, New Jersey

  • Jun 29 - UFC 303: TBA vs. TBA - T-Mobile Arena (capacity 20,000) - Las Vegas, Nevada

  • Sep 14 - UFC 306: TBA vs. TBA - Sphere (capacity 18,600) - Paradise, Nevada

Keep checking back on TicketX for more exciting UFC events in 2024 as they are announced. When it comes to UFC tickets, TicketX has got you covered!

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