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Reorganized and announced to take place on May 9, UFC 249 immediately received an offer from a unit in Florida.

According to information from Wrestling Observer Radio, reporter Dave Meltzer said that UFC 249 has received an offer to organize from VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena, Florida.

Since announcing the cancellation of 4 events in late April and early May and moving UFC 249 to May 9, the venue for UFC matches is still a big question for the audience. After two times being rejected by New York and Nevada states, UFC had to accept to put UFC 249 into a “waiting” state for the day.

As one of the rare states to allow COVID-19 during mid-season sports events, Florida has allowed WWE catwalks to operate in their area. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has classified events such as WWE or MMA as “essential activities”, facilitating uninterrupted sporting activities.

Although there has been no official announcement, the possibility of UFC 249 will take place in Jacksonville, Flordia is quite high. With a capacity of 15,000 seats, VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena has the facilities for UFC to conduct its activities.

After announcing the transfer of UFC 249 to May 9, the tournament will also update the Fight Card matches of the event. Turn UFC 249 into a night with the most notable fighters since the beginning of 2020. Here are the matches of UFC 249 updated to date.

Tony Ferguson vs. Justin Gaethje

Henry Cejudo vs. Dominick Cruz

Calvin Kattar vs. Jeremy Stephens

Donald Cerrone vs. Anthony Pettis

Yorgan De Castro vs. Greg Hardy

Francis Ngannou vs. Jairzinho Rozenstruik

Aleksei Oleinik vs. Fabricio Werdum

Carla Esparza vs. Michelle Waterson

Uriah Hall vs. Ronaldo Souza

Vicente Luque vs. Niko Price

Bryce Mitchell vs. Charles Rosa

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