Upon hearing the news, the challenger simply sent his well-wishes.
Everything happens for a reason. I hope everything is good with you and your family .@PetrYanUFC We will settle our business when you can be 100% focused and ready to give the fans the best show we can.— Aljamain Sterling (@funkmasterMMA) November 22, 2020
See you soon.
During an Instagram Live session on Monday, Yan finally pulled the curtain back. Fortunately, it wasn’t related to any injuries or serious health issues.
“There were different problems, with the flight, with the visa, during training I flew away for a visa deadline, lots of factors,” Yan revealed (via RT Sport). “We decided with the team to move everything to next year, perhaps the card will be more suitable...
“Everything is good, training continues.”
Yan vs. Sterling has no final date yet, but the champion is expecting it to happen within the first two months of 2021.
“Everything’s in force for the fight. It’s going to be postponed for about a month and a half, but everything’s in order,” he stated.
UFC 256 is scheduled to take place on December 12 at the APEX facility in Las Vegas. The event has no clear headliner as of this posting, but part of the card is the flyweight title fight between Deiveson Figueiredo and Brandon Moreno.