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UFC 249: Inside the private jet, the secret location, and the insider’s story
Sayif Saud was at home in Dallas on April 6, trying to figure out logistics for his fighters’ fight at UFC 249 in less than two weeks. He was put in touch with a pilot, and a day later had an itinerary and passenger list.
The UFC postponed its event in Brooklyn due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the promotion still planned to hold it in April. It would feature Khabib Nurmagomedov defending his lightweight title against Tony Ferguson.
The UFC was looking to replace Nurmagomedov, who was stuck in his native Dagestan due to travel restrictions. Ferguson stated he was still in and would agree to a new opponent, and by April 6 the bout was signed.
The UFC announced the new main event in a tweet, but wouldn’t reveal the location. But Jeff Sherwood revealed the venue on his website.
Sherwood told ESPN that many people work at Tachi Palace and that Dana really thought he could keep things a secret.
White announced the full, new UFC 249 card on April 6, and said he had secured a private island for future fights with international athletes.
Ngannou didn’t know he was fighting until White said it on April 6, but he had already scheduled sparring with Blagoy Ivanov. His coach said he and Ngannou planned on driving if the fight was at Tachi Palace.
The New York Times reported that UFC 249 would take place at Tachi Palace without fans, but the commission regulating MMA events said it would not participate.
UFC 249 will take place on sovereign land in the United States, and many officials from the East Coast have been asked to officiate.
The ABC said it would consider sanctioning UFC 249 after the organization agreed to increase medical presence and regulate the event by international standards.
USADA said it would conduct drug testing at UFC 249, and that the officers were an essential part of a fair fight.
Rose Namajunas was out of the scheduled co-main event against Jessica Andrade due to two deaths in her family related to the coronavirus. Andrade wanted to fight, even if it wasn’t against Namajunas.
Despite the loss of that fight, UFC 249 was starting to come together. The promotion sent out an email to managers asking for addresses so they could send COVID-19 tests.
Calvin Kattar said he’d rather drive to Brooklyn than fly to Fresno for his fight with Jeremy Stephens. The UFC had put precautionary measures in place to protect Kattar from the flu.
Malki Kawa said he wanted to make sure everyone at UFC 249 would be tested for COVID-19. He said the UFC had laid out a plan for testing everyone.
Hall and Spann were taking travel arrangements into their own hands, but Hall’s boxing coach Clayton Hires was having trouble getting a direct flight to the event. Hall was concerned that Hires would have to go to a commercial airport during the pandemic.
Saud and Hall were working out the details via text message on April 9 when the event was called off due to a delay in the event by U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein.
Ferguson found out the card was canceled during a phone interview with Southern California News Group deputy sports editor Brian Martin.
“He had such class and grace while coping with all of that,” said one fan.
Hall moved into the Fortis MMA gym on April 6 and plans to stay there for at least the rest of the month to prepare for his fight with Souza on May 9.