UFC successfully able to make its comeback to live action from Jacksonville a week ago, where the officials hosting three events over the course of eight days in a marathon of public who are coming and going from the city.
Though the COVID-19 testing result of three people comes positive, the events continues without a hitch as Tony Ferguson was defeated by Justin Gaethje in the main event of UFC 249 for the interim lightweight title.
Then, Glover Teixeira smashed Anthony Smith and Break some of his teeth—to score in the main event on Wednesday before Alistair Overeem almost being finished to stop Walt Harris at the main event of Saturday.
Now, there are suggested dates and rumors about the next UFC event where the officials have yet to ensure fight cards and dates. Tyron Woodley, the Former welterweight champion is expected to face Gilbert Burns in a main event on May 30, but for the final clearance and location, that event is still waiting. To run events without facing any problems, UFC is hoping to return home to its APEX center, but has yet to get the go ahead from Nevada. If that is not possible, Dana White has another plan to move to Arizona.
UFC 251 is the next expected PPV which does not have an official date or location either. UFC has promoted the event as “coming in July” as it is waiting for the governmental decision making. Some of the bouts already announced like: Alexander Volkanovski vs Max Holloway for Featherweight title bout, Kamaru Usman vs Gilbert Burns for Welterweight title bout and some more.
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