UFC 300 EXPLODES with Insane BMF Showdown: Gaethje vs. Holloway, PLUS Epic Battle of Veterans Miller vs. Green! Don’t Miss the Unbelievable Action on April 13 in Las Vegas!

The UFC has unveiled exciting additions to the highly anticipated UFC 300 card, with a headline BMF (Baddest Motherf***er) title clash between Justin Gaethje and Max Holloway taking center stage. The event, scheduled for April 13 in Las Vegas, will also feature a compelling lightweight bout between seasoned veterans Jim Miller and Bobby Green.

Gaethje, the reigning BMF title holder, earned the prestigious belt by defeating Dustin Poirier at UFC 291 last July with a stunning knockout kick. Despite initially dismissing the BMF title as “kind of stupid,” Gaethje is set to defend it against another former UFC champion, Max Holloway. Gaethje, with a record of 25-4-0, is the No. 2-ranked contender in the UFC lightweight division and a former interim lightweight champion.

Holloway, boasting a record of 25-7-0, is the No. 1-ranked contender in the featherweight division and holds the 13th spot in the UFC’s pound-for-pound rankings. The former featherweight champion, who successfully defended his title three times, is making a bold move up a weight class to face Gaethje in what promises to be a five-round battle.

The UFC 300 card is already anchored by a women’s strawweight title bout featuring Yan Xiaonan, the No. 2 contender, against the reigning champion Zhang Weili.

In another noteworthy matchup, UFC 300 will witness the clash between experienced fighters Jim Miller (37-17 MMA, 26-16 UFC) and Bobby Green (31-15-1 MMA, 12-10-1 UFC) in a lightweight showdown. Miller, who recently secured a victory at UFC Fight Night 235, will make history as the only fighter to compete on UFC 100, UFC 200, and UFC 300.

As the excitement builds for UFC 300, the MMA community is also gearing up for UFC 297, set to take place at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto. The main card, airing on pay-per-view via ESPN+ pay-per-view for U.S. residents, will be headlined by middleweight champion Sean Strickland defending his title against challenger Dricus Du Plessis. The co-main event features top contenders Mayra Bueno Silva and Raquel Pennington vying for the vacant women’s bantamweight title.

The pre-event coverage for UFC 297 includes the return of former UFC bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz to the commentary team, alongside Chris Weidman and UFC Hall of Famer Daniel Cormier. Roving reporter Megan Olivi will conduct backstage interviews, and the legendary Bruce Buffer will once again take the stage as the octagon announcer. The cageside commentary team will be led by Jon Anik, with Cormier and Cruz providing expert analysis, joined occasionally by coach-analyst Din Thomas.

Meanwhile, the UFC’s “Embedded” series captures the behind-the-scenes moments as fighters prepare for UFC 297, offering fans a glimpse into the intense lead-up to the event.