By Danny Segura | March 19, 2020 5:30 pm Jairzinho Rozenstruik will continue to prepare for his next UFC fight, but with no date in sight. The heavyweight contender was scheduled to headline UFC on ESPN 8 in Columbus, Ohio, on March 28 against fellow striker Francis Ngannou. But the entire event was postponed due to restrictions on public gatherings in the U.S. in response to the global coronavirus pandemic. Rozenstruik (10-0 MMA, 4-0 UFC), who lives in Suriname, currently is in South Florida since he does his fight preparations at Hard Knocks 365 in Fort Lauderdale. The undefeated contender doesn’t plan to go back to Suriname anytime soon and wants to wait things out in the States. “For now, I’m going to stay and keep training until the UFC comes with a solution to the situation,” Rozenstruik told MMA Junkie. “I completely understand – it’s for everyone’s health, even mine. So the battle has to wait until the solution comes. We’ll be ready for sure.” As expected in this uncertain climate with COVID-19, Rozenstruik has not received any updates from the UFC regarding his bout with Ngannou. Rozenstruik has no guess in mind as to how long that may


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