MMA Stars Root for NFL Champions: The Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl Victory in Overtime Leaves MMA Fans and Fighters On Edge

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

The Kansas City Chiefs have once again emerged victorious in the Super Bowl, defeating the San Francisco 49ers 22-19 in an overtime game for the ages. Patrick Mahomes led the way with an impressive performance, throwing for 333 yards and the game-winning touchdown.

As the MMA world watched with bated breath, several prominent figures rooted for the Chiefs, while a few other notable fighters had a less charitable viewing of the event. Nate Diaz was particularly vocal in his disappointment as his fellow California fell just short.

The rumor of a UFC 300 main event fight announcement did not come to fruition, leaving many MMA fans disappointed. Instead, UFC 300 remains without a main event, and Kansas City has 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) February 12, 2024”

* “This Super Bowl game has me stressed!!! what a great game! – Raquel Pennington (RockyPMMA) February 12, 2024”

* “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) February 12, 2024”

* “Kyle Shanahan is show muscles. Regular season offensive genius. Postseason SB dud. – Will Brooks (ILLxWillBrooks) February 12, 2024”

* “Travis Kelce owes Andy Reid a huge apology. My favorite football coach of all time. We go back to Andy Reid and Donovan McNabb in Philly! #SuperBowl – Derek Brunson (DerekBrunson) February 12,

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