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Here is everything we know about the UFC’s May 30 card … the where, the when and the fighters included.
With the ( presumed) success of UFC 249 and 2 UFC Jacksonville battle cards behind us, it’s time to look forward at what might be the next battlecard Things first, there’s absolutely nothing official at press time however there are a lot of maybes. Here is everything we do know about the next card that is anticipated to be hung on May 30.
Where will the May 30 card be held?
We know that, in spite of the success in Florida, UFC presidenT Dana White aspires to move the Octagon over to the West Coast and closer to the UFC head office in Las Vega, NV. The hope, according to White is to hold the May 30 card at the UFC Pinnacle, it’s own center, however that will depend upon the Nevada State Athletic Commission re-opening the state for combat sports action.
White did state that if the UFC Pinnacle is off the table he’ll move the Octagon over to neighboring Arizona.
“If we can’t get May 30 at the Apex, it’s going to be super disappointing, but we will go somewhere else,” White stated throughout the UFC Jacksonville post- battle interview. He was then asked in Arizona would be the next option and he responded, “That’s 100 percent where I’ll go.”
Who will be combating on May 30?
Here are the battles which are anticipated to occur on May 30.
Tyron Woodley vs. Gilbert BurnsKlidson Abreu vs. Jamahal HillMackenzie Dern vs. Hannah Cifers
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