UFC bar advertisement appears to have announced a new title fight [UPDATED]

An advertisement may have just slipped a big UFC secret ... again.
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When it was announced that Jamahal Hill had vacated his light heavyweight title, many fans wondered if the UFC would promote the previously scheduled fight between Jan Blachowicz and Alex Pereira to a title fight.

It looks like that may be exactly what they are doing.

On Sunday, Bloody Elbow tweeted a screenshot of a sponsored UFC post advertising UFC 291 as having "two title fight."

Previously the card had just Dustin Poirier vs. Justin Gaethje for the BMF title fight. Now, according to the post, which was geared toward bar owners who might want to show the fights, there are two.

The ad even listed Blachowicz and Pereira as one of the two title fights.

So far the UFC has not announced anything officially, but perhaps we have another T-Mobile Arena advertising Jon Jones too early.

It doesn't appear the ad is still up either.

UPDATE: According to MMA Junkie's Mike Bohn, the ad was a "typo" and the fight is not going to be for the vacant title.

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