After Max Holloway ricocheted off the UFC Vegas 31 main event through an undisclosed injury, the matchmakers decided to reschedule his £ 145 showdown against Yair Rodriguez for the November 13th action for the upcoming battle card of the action, as a city and venue do not yet need to be confirmed.
According to UFC President Dana White (via TSN).
29-year-old Holloway aims to build on his emphatic victory over Calvin Kattar at the organization’s ABC event in January, the first non-championship bout of the “Blessed” Hawaiians after consecutive title bouts against Alexander Volkanovski.
Rodriguez, 28, has been on the sidelines for the last four years since his unanimous win over Jeremy Stephens at UFC on ESPN 6 in late 2019.
Aside from the potential Holloway vs. Rodriguez headliner, the only other fight on paper for the November 13 fight map is the heavyweight showdown that sees Philipe Lins take on Ovince Saint Preux, though you can expect to see that over the next several weeks further bookings will arrive.