The crowd at Madison Square Garden erupted in cheers on Saturday night as former President Donald Trump, Fox News host Tucker Carlson, and musician Kid Rock made a surprise appearance at UFC 295.
The three celebrities were escorted into the arena by UFC President Dana White, and the crowd went wild. Trump, Carlson, and Rock were all seen smiling and waving to the crowd as they took their seats at ringside.
Trump, a longtime fan of mixed martial arts, has attended several UFC events in the past. Carlson, who is a frequent critic of the UFC, made his first appearance at the promotion’s event on Saturday night. Rock, a pro-Trump musician, has also attended several UFC events in the past.
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The appearance of the three celebrities at UFC 295 was a major coup for the promotion, and it is sure to be remembered as one of the most memorable moments in UFC history.
Reactions to the Surprise Appearance
Social media users’ opinions of Trump, Carlson, and Rock’s attendance at UFC 295 were not entirely unanimous. While some fans were thrilled to see the three celebs there, others thought it was a bad idea to invite them.
One Twitter user wrote, “This is so awesome! I can’t believe Trump, Carlson, and Kid Rock are at UFC 295! #UFC295 #USA”
Another Twitter user wrote, “I’m so glad they invited Trump, Carlson, and Rock to UFC 295. They are all huge fans of the sport, and it’s great to see them supporting the UFC.”
However, some fans were not happy to see Trump, Carlson, and Rock at UFC 295. One Twitter user wrote, “I’m so disappointed that Trump, Carlson, and Rock are at UFC 295. I’m not going to watch the event anymore.”
Another Twitter user wrote, “This is a disgrace. UFC should be ashamed of themselves for inviting Trump, Carlson, and Rock to UFC 295.”
Overall, the appearance of Trump, Carlson, and Rock at UFC 295 was a major event that generated a lot of buzz. Whether you love them or hate them, there is no denying that these three celebrities are polarizing figures who always manage to get people talking.