UFC 300: Will Dana White Announce Main Event During the Super Bowl Halftime Show?

As the Super Bowl 58 weekend approaches, a riveting theory has surfaced, intertwining the worlds of UFC and American football. The suspense is palpable as fans eagerly await an announcement that could shake the sports world.

The Super Bowl Connection

 "I believe UFC 300 main-event will be officially announced via Super Bowl commercial," a fan speculated on Fight Forum. With the Super Bowl taking place in Las Vegas, the same city as UFC's headquarters, the theory seems plausible.

The Anticipation Builds

Dana White, UFC President, has yet to reveal the main-event for UFC 300, scheduled for April 13. The suspense is building, especially with middleweight champion Dricus Du Plessis in recovery and out of contention for the headline.

The Lineup

While the main-event remains a mystery, UFC 300 is set to feature thrilling match-ups including Justin Gaethje vs. Max Holloway, Zhang Weili vs. Yan Xiaonan, and Charles Oliveira vs. Arman Tsarukyan. As for McGregor, White hinted, "Eventually. Hopefully this year... I’m hoping for the fall."

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