Fighter Jack Hermansson withdrew from UFC’s June 3 card, which featured a main event with Brendan Allen

The upcoming UFC main event has been dealt a blow as Jack Hermansson has been forced to withdraw from his scheduled middleweight bout against Brendan Allen. This fight was set to be the highlight of the UFC card on June 3rd at the UFC APEX in Las Vegas.

Sources reveal that Hermansson has sustained an undisclosed injury that has rendered him unable to compete in the fight. This is the first time in his career spanning 14 years and 30 fights that he has withdrawn from a scheduled bout. It is unclear at present how long Hermnasson’s recovery period will be.

There has been no official communication from UFC on the change of card, and it is not yet known whether they will be looking for a replacement opponent to face Allen, who had specifically asked for this fight after his impressive performance against Andre Muniz. Allen had emerged victorious, extending his winning streak to four matches.

With Hermansson out of the equation, Allen will either have to wait for a later date to get another opportunity to compete, or take on another opponent that UFC could potentially find to fight him on June 3rd.


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