By: Danny Segura | March 18, 2020 8:40 am Coronavirus didn’t hit at a good time for anyone, but it was particularly bad timing for Leon Edwards. The UFC welterweight contender was gearing up for the biggest fight of his MMA career, as he was scheduled to take on former champion Tyron Woodley in the headlining act of UFC London. However, the COVID-19 pandemic denied Edwards (18-3 MMA, 10-2 UFC) the opportunity to pick up the biggest win of his career. The UFC was forced to cancel Saturday’s planned event, but not before trying to salvage the bout by moving it to the U.S. after the U.K. banned all public gatherings. Although the UFC tried to get Edwards into the U.S., it just simply wasn’t an option for the British fighter since Europe faced travel bans from U.S. efforts to slow down the spread of COVID-19. “I talked to my coaches, what they think about it, what should I do, and everyone is like, ‘It just wasn’t possible to do,’” Edwards told ESPN on Tuesday. “I had three or four hours to get to the airport, get to London. There was just too much going on, we didn’t even know

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