UFC’s finest react to Kansas City Chiefs beating San Francisco 49ers at Super Bowl LVIII

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UFC’s finest react to Kansas City Chiefs beating San Francisco 49ers at Super Bowl LVIII

Kansas City Chiefs lifted their fourth Super Bowl as they brushed aside the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. As the thrilling game unfolded, UFC fighters took to social media to share their reactions to the epic showcase.

Each year, the Super Bowl takes the nation by storm and sees millions come together to watch who will be crowned as the year’s champion. Among those millions are some of UFC’s elite and they certainly aired their thoughts on the outcome.

The Chiefs battled their way to a win over the 49ers in what is being considered an instant classic between two of the very best in the sport. Despite the praise for Patrick Mahomes and co., Nate Diaz led the way in support of the 49ers.

The majority hailed the Chiefs’ victory—which is their third time lifting the Super Bowl in just five years. Former UFC middleweight Derek Brunson showed his support for Patrick Mahomes.

“Chiefs win! Michael Jordan – Steph Curry – Patrick Mahomes! Them sides are just different. Unreal.”

“This was the Chiefs’ worst team. NFL teams are in trouble next year!” Brunson said following the outcome of Super Bowl LVIII. “They will sure up their holes, vets will take less to play with Mahomes.”

Alongside Brunson, others followed in congratulating the Super Bowl champions.

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Was there a UFC 300 announcement at Super Bowl LVIII?

Finding out who the UFC 300 main event is has been a combined effort from the MMA world who are all desperate to see who will headline the coveted fight card.

After months of speculation, rumors began circulating that claimed the matchup would get announced sometime during Super Bowl LVIII. 

Many are looking toward a huge name returning, others are expecting a big rematch to take place, and some are even expecting the bout to not live up to the expectations placed upon it. 

No matter what you believe, you’ll unfortunately have to wait to find out who will be at the forefront of UFC 300 as nothing was revealed during the Super Bowl on Sunday.