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UFC 300 Preview & Predictions



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This Saturday, the UFC will commemorate its 300th event with a card that promises to be as monumental as its milestone number suggests. From high-stakes title fights to compelling debuts and grudge matches, UFC 300 is not just another fight night—it’s a veritable feast of combat sports excellence, featuring 12 current or former UFC champions spread across a robust 13-fight lineup.

Preliminary Card Highlights

Kayla Harrison vs. Holly Holm (Bantamweights)

In an electrifying match-up, two-time PFL champion Kayla Harrison makes her UFC debut against former UFC and boxing champion Holly Holm. With Harrison favored heavily in the odds, the judo gold medalist faces concerns about cutting down to 135 pounds. If successful, she could dominate with her grappling prowess, though Holm’s striking and experience could turn the tide.

Prediction: Kayla Harrison by TKO

Aljamain Sterling vs. Calvin Kattar (Featherweights)

Former bantamweight king Aljamain Sterling ascends to featherweight to face Calvin Kattar. Known for his grappling, Sterling hopes his skills translate well against Kattar’s boxing and stellar takedown defense. This fight is pivotal for Sterling’s future in the division and could either reaffirm his dominance or highlight new challenges at this weight class.

Prediction: Aljamain Sterling by decision

Aleksandar Rakic vs. Jiri Prochazka (Light Heavyweights)

A potential light heavyweight title shot looms over this bout between Aleksandar Rakic and Jiri Prochazka. Both fighters are looking to rebound and position themselves for a title opportunity. Prochazka’s dynamic striking contrasts with Rakic’s strategic approach, setting the stage for a classic striker vs. tactician clash.

Prediction: Jiri Prochazka by TKO

Main Card Showdowns

Bo Nickal vs. Cody Brundage (Middleweights)

Emerging star Bo Nickal is set to showcase his skills against Cody Brundage in a fight that has stirred some controversy over its placement on the main card. Nickal, a three-time NCAA wrestling champion, has transitioned impressively into MMA. Brundage, though coming off a strong performance, faces a steep uphill battle against the highly touted Nickal.

Prediction : Bo Nickal by submission

Arman Tsarukyan vs. Charles Oliveira (Lightweights)

In a bout with title implications, Arman Tsarukyan takes on former champion Charles Oliveira. Oliveira’s spectacular submission skills and evolving striking make him a formidable opponent. Tsarukyan, known for his aggressive style and chain wrestling, faces the ultimate test in Oliveira, who is eager to reclaim his place at the top after a loss at UFC 280.

Prediction :Charles Oliveira by decision

Justin Gaethje vs. Max Holloway (Lightweights)

Justin Gaethje and Max Holloway vie for the “BMF” title in what promises to be a thrilling encounter. Gaethje’s power and Holloway’s volume striking could make for a dynamic clash. With both fighters known for their durability and aggressive styles, this fight is expected to deliver action-packed excitement from start to finish.

Prediction: Justin Gaethje by decision

Zhang Weili vs. Yan Xiaonan (Women’s Strawweight Title)

In the co-main event, Zhang Weili defends her strawweight title against Yan Xiaonan in the first all-Chinese title fight in UFC history. Zhang’s power and evolving wrestling game face Yan’s precise striking and improved grappling. This matchup not only highlights the growth of MMA in China but also pits two of the top strawweights in a pivotal battle for the belt.

Prediction: Zhang Weili by TKO

Light Heavyweight Title: Alex Pereira vs. Jamahal Hill

The main event features light heavyweight champion Alex Pereira defending his title against Jamahal Hill. Pereira, known for his striking and power, faces Hill, whose boxing and resilience make him a formidable challenger. With both fighters having a knack for knockouts, this championship bout is unlikely to see the judges’ scorecards, promising a spectacular finish to an already explosive night.

Prediction: Alex Pereira by TKO

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