Mark Coleman to Attend UFC 300 on April 13

Mark Coleman’s life? It’s been like a movie lately. Seriously.

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So, Coleman did something pretty heroic. He dashed into his childhood home in Ohio, engulfed in flames, to rescue his parents. Talk about bravery. After that ordeal, he found himself in the hospital, battling severe smoke inhalation and pneumonia. Tough times, but he’s out now.

Guess what? He’s buzzing with excitement. Coleman shared on Instagram, “I’m so excited today.” He’s heading to UFC 300 in Las Vegas with his daughters, thanks to the UFC. “So stoked, let’s go,” he added. The BMF belt? That’s what he’s really pumped about. Plus, the main event and the entire card are just mind-blowing. “What a great day to be alive,” he says. Always aiming to be the best version of himself, Coleman reminds us all to do the same. You never know when you’ll need to step up.

Now, here’s where it gets interesting. Coleman might just fulfill Max Holloway’s wish. Holloway hopes Coleman will present the BMF belt to the winner of his fight against Justin Gaethje at UFC 300. Fingers crossed!

Coleman’s not just any fighter. He’s a UFC Hall of Famer, the first UFC heavyweight champion, and the Pride Fighting Championships grand prix winner in 2000. Oh, and at Ohio State University? He was a national champion wrestler. They don’t call him “The Godfather of Ground-and-Pound” for nothing.

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