Johnny Eduardo has been removed from UFC Las Vegas 22 – 03/15/2021, with visa problems

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It will not be this time that Johnny Eduardo will step back into the most famous octagon in the world. Brazil, who have not played for the organization since 2018, was scheduled to face American Anthony Birchak at UFC Las Vegas 22 this Saturday (20), but in removing his visa to enter the United States Due to problems, he was removed from the incident.

The initial information about Johnny’s departure from the incident was published on the website ‘MMA Fighting’ and soon the fighter confirmed it through his social network (click here) Here Or see below). In the statement, Brazil said that the UFC is already working to find a new rival for her and requires the release of her visa to fight.

“So, I want to share this moment with everyone who follows me and admire my work. For reasons to schedule my visa, I need to return (to the UFC) on that date Was not considered. But the UFC is providing and scheduling me. A next appointment. After investing that I will not stop looking at what I am doing, these obstacles will only strengthen me, bite me and make me very strong. Came to make! I am ready, just able to wait for my visa “, wrote 40-year-old fighter.

The last time veteran Johnny Eduardo climbed into the Octagon in June 2018 was when he was presented by Nathaniel Wood in the second round. The organization’s most recent win for the organization came in 2016, when they edged out Manny Gamburi. In the professional MMA since 1996, Johnny made 40 fights, won 28 and lost 12.

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