We’re 48 hours post-UFC 300, and this was the greatest card of all time!

Dana White and the UFC put on an incredible event on Sunday with highlight reels that will go down in history, one of them, being one of the best knockouts of all time.

The UFC CEO revealed the attendance was 20,067, the gate was 16.5 million, good for the third highest gate in UFC History, only behind UFC 205 and 229 both headlined by Conor McGregor.

There are plenty of memorable moments to break down for UFC 300 and this is why it might go down as the greatest UFC PPV of all time.

The World Reacts to Holloway KO

What a bloody knockout that was!

The thing is, Max Holloway didn’t need to do that, he was up 40-36 already.

But there’s nothing more BMF than saying “Lets F**king go, right here, right now” when you up through four rounds.

Swinging to the final second (literally) produced a scenario where whoever threw the first clean punch in that 10 seconds would win the fight.

Here’s how the world reacted to what Dana White so eloquently described it as a “Holy Shit moment!”

1st Round Main Event KO

Former Light Heavyweight champ Jamahal Hill walked in loaded up with aggression and security were forced to stop him from leaving the octagon to confront Pereira during his walk out.

It didn’t take long for Pereira, pushing referee Herb Dean away after a leg kick by Hill hit his cup, to say adios to the former champions’ chances of getting another shot at the title.


Kayla Harrisons UFC Debut

There were some incredible moments in the prelims, including the debut of 6th-degree black belt Kayla Harrison!

Watching Harrison’s fight reminds me of Ronda Rousey, Amanda Nunes, Cris Cyborg.

That undeniably dominant fighter who will control the fight non-stop.

Now the number five ranked fighter, only time will tell when she gets her title shot.

Sterling’s Debut at Featherweight

One thing is for certain, Aljamain Sterling’s first fight in the Featherweight division was nothing short of average.

However, I had a good giggle when he delivered a powerbomb that WWE Hall Of Famer Batista would be proud of.

All jokes aside, when you have a debut bout in a new division, you want to make an impact.

Although he got a Unanimous Decision victory and he was dominant on all accounts, if he can’t finish Calvin Kattar, he’ll struggle against every Featherweight contender.

Is Jiri Prochazka next in line for the Light Heavyweight title?

The short answer is yes, without a shadow of doubt.

Jiri showed his skills and his ability to quickly adapt to change.

The beginning of the fight was intense, Jiri copped leg kick after leg kick and I was clinching to my calf in pain watching those kicks.

However, shortly after, Prochazka showed once again why we shouldn’t doubt him.

Final Thoughts On UFC 300

It is not a stretch at all to say that what we saw on the weekend should be considered the greatest UFC and combat sports event of all time.

There had never been as much buzz for 14 stacked fights with 12 current or former world champions involved in some form.

Not to mention, how viral some of the best clips have gotten more than 48 hours post UFC 300.

Do you think you can change my mind?

Let me know in the comments section.