UFC 300: Venue, fight card, time, telecast, everything you need to know
As the highly anticipated UFC 300 approaches, fight fans are in for a treat with a star-studded card that promises intense action and unexpected surprises. One such surprise is the addition of a blockbuster matchup featuring two accomplished fighters—former UFC and boxing champion Holly Holm and two-time Olympic gold medalist Kayla Harrison. This unexpected collision adds an extra layer of excitement to an already stacked event.
Additionally, the card showcases a clash for the ceremonial BMF title between the relentless Justin Gaethje and former featherweight champion Max Holloway, who ventures back into the lightweight division. UFC 300 is not just a numerical milestone; it’s shaping up to be a historic night filled with high-stakes matchups and unforgettable moments.
UFC 300: Confirmed Match Card
- Justin Gaethje vs Max Holloway
- Zhang Weili (c) vs Yan Xiaonan
- Charles Oliveira vs Arman Tsarukyan
- Jiří Procházka vs Aleksandar Rakić
- Calvin Kattar vs Aljamain Sterling
- Deiveson Figueiredo vs Cody Garbrandt
- Holly Holm vs Kayla Harrison
- Jim Miller vs Bobby Green
- Bo Nickal vs Cody Brundage
- Sodiq Yussuf vs Diego Lopes
- Jéssica Andrade vs Marina Rodriguez
Justin Gaethje vs Max Holloway
The impending clash between Justin Gaethje (25-4) and Max Holloway (25-7) for the coveted “BMF” belt at UFC 300 is a matchup that has all the makings of an explosive showdown. Holloway, a featherweight stalwart, makes a daring move up to the 155-pound division to face Gaethje, known as “The Highlight,” promising fans an adrenaline-fueled, fan-friendly spectacle. Both fighters are renowned for their aggressive fighting styles and have delivered numerous memorable performances in the octagon.
Zhang Weili (c) vs Yan Xiaonan
UFC 300 is set to showcase a world title clash with an all-Chinese showdown for the women’s strawweight championship. Zhang Weili (24-3), in pursuit of her second title defense, is geared up to face Yan Xiaonan (17-3 (1)) in a battle that promises to deliver high-stakes action in Las Vegas.
Charles Oliveira vs Arman Tsarukyan
UFC 300 is set to feature another high-stakes lightweight showdown as former champion Charles Oliveira (34-9 (1)) squares off against the surging Armenian contender Arman Tsarukyan (21-3). This eagerly anticipated clash not only promises a display of elite mixed martial arts but also carries significant implications, with the winner earning a coveted shot at the 155-pound title. This is a much anticipated fight as Oliveira makes his return after losing the title to Islam Makhachev.
Jiří Procházka vs Aleksandar Rakić
In a light heavyweight encounter as Jiri Procházka (29-4-1) squares off against Aleksandar Rakić (14-3). Both fighters, known for their striking prowess and formidable records, are set to showcase their skills in a bout that carries significant implications for the light heavyweight division. Rakić, returning after a hiatus since mid-2022, aims to reestablish his dominance, while Procházka seeks redemption following a stoppage loss to Alex Pereira.
UFC 300: Date, time and venue
Mark your calendars for the highly anticipated UFC 300 on April 13, set to unfold at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The action kicks off with the main card at 10 p.m. ET (April 14 – 8:30 AM (IST), promising an unforgettable night of elite mixed martial arts showcasing some of the best fighters in the world.
Where to watch?
To catch all the action of UFC 300, tune in to the ESPN+ Pay-Per-View (PPV) platform. UFC enthusiasts can access the event through ESPN+ for an exclusive viewing experience. Don’t miss out on the epic showdowns and pivotal matchups – subscribe to ESPN+ PPV and witness the thrill of UFC 300 from the comfort of your screen.