UFC 300 Date, Time, & Location Revealed

Alright, let’s dive into some juicy UFC news. The Ultimate Fighting Championship is gearing up for a milestone. It’s got an official date and venue now.

UFC 300, folks! It’s happening on April 13, 2024. And where? None other than the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Dana White, the UFC CEO, made the big reveal during the post-fight press conference for UFC 296.

Now, if you’re a UFC fan, you know the drill. The prelims will be aired on ESPN and ESPN+. After that, you can catch the main card on pay-per-view through ESPN+. The early prelims kick off at 6 p.m. ET. The undercard? That’s at 8 p.m. And the main card? You’ll want to tune in at 10 p.m.

As of now, there’s no official lineup. But, the rumor mill is churning. Some of the biggest names in the promotion are being thrown around. Dana White’s got big plans. He’s promising to wow fans right from the first preliminary matchup.

He’s got a vision for UFC 300. He says, “Think about tonight and the buzz and the energy about tonight’s card…” He’s aiming to top that. He wants UFC 300 to be a ‘Holy S–t!’ moment for fans.

Now, here’s a name you might recognize – Conor McGregor. Yeah, the biggest star to ever grace the sport. He’s been on a break for almost three years. But, he’s eyeing a return at UFC 300.

McGregor’s been teasing fans with potential opponents during his hiatus. His manager, Audie Attar, let slip that Michael Chandler might be the one. They’ve got history as rival coaches on “The Ultimate Fighter” earlier this year. So, that’s something to look forward to, huh?

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