Planned in camera this Saturday in Jacksonville (Florida), the meeting of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) should be held well. Indeed, the UFC, the major professional league, wishes to maintain its meeting despite the positive coronavirus control of the Brazilian Ronaldo Jacare Souza. Arrived Wednesday in Florida, the Brazilian and two members of his team are positive for Covid-19 but show no symptoms.
A decision that should be debated
The fight between the Brazilian and the American-Jamaican Uriah Hall was however canceled but the eleven other clashes are still on the program, including that for the lightweight title between Tony Ferguson and Justin Gaethje, said the vice president of the Hunter Campbell proceeding, adding that the 23 remaining fighters have all tested negative.
A decision that should be debated, when the UFC is the first major American sports league to return to competition after being criticized for trying to do so, in vain, three weeks ago in California.