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In the history-making UFC 300 fight card held at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, fans were treated to a night of thrilling fights that lived up to the hype. Among the standout performances was Alex Pereira’s knockout win over Jamahal Hill to retain his UFC light heavyweight crown. In the co-main event, Zhang Weili secured her strawweight title with a decision win over Yan Xiaonan, while Max Holloway claimed the BMF title with a last-second knockout over Justin Gaethje. The event was packed with excitement from start to finish, with each matchup delivering on the promises made in the lead-up to the event.

The event featured a total of 13 fights, including 3 unanimous decisions, 2 split decisions, and 5 KOs/TKOs. There were also 3 submissions, with betting favorites winning 10 out of the 13 matchups. Notably, there were no weight misses at UFC 300, with debut fighters boasting a winning record of 1-0. Fights were spread across various weight divisions, including light heavyweight, middleweight, lightweight, featherweight, and bantamweight, among others.

The fight stats from UFC 300 revealed a total of 7 knockdowns landed, 12 submission attempts, and 3 reversals. Fighters attempted a total of 2,422 significant strikes, landing 1,299 of them, with a significant focus on head strikes, body strikes, and leg strikes. There were also a total of 2,003 significant distance strikes attempted, with 30 takedowns landed out of 55 attempted. Noteworthy statistical fights included Diego Lopes’ TKO win over Sodiq Yusuff in the shortest three-round fight, and Max Holloway’s KO of Justin Gaethje at 4:59 of Round 5, tying the record for the latest finish in UFC history.

Several UFC records were either set or tied at UFC 300, with Max Holloway breaking his own records for most significant strikes landed and total strikes landed in UFC history. Bobby Green also set new records for most significant strikes landed in UFC lightweight history, while Jim Miller broke his own records for most fight time in UFC lightweight history and most fights in UFC history. The event was a showcase of talent and skill from some of the top fighters in the promotion, with each competitor leaving everything in the octagon to put on a memorable show for the fans in attendance.

Overall, UFC 300 was a historic event that showcased the best of mixed martial arts and delivered on its promise of excitement and thrills. From the headline bout between Alex Pereira and Jamahal Hill to Max Holloway’s last-second knockout, the card was packed with memorable moments that will go down in UFC history. As the promotion continues to evolve and grow, events like UFC 300 serve as a reminder of the incredible talent and dedication of the fighters who step into the octagon, putting on a show for fans around the world.

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