Undefeated UFC featherweight contender Brian Ortega is currently being targeted for a title fight. That being said, the talented fighter has come forward to reveal that the match’s intended location might be an issue for some of his friends and family.
Brian Ortega is being targeted for a fight against reigning champion Max Holloway at UFC 231. The live pay-per-view event will take place Dec. 8 from within the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Canada.
Speaking to MMA Junkie in a recent interview, Brian Ortega revealed that he believes there is an anti-felon law that will affect some of his friends and family’s ability to come to the fight.
“The only thing is I heard Canada has a law where felons can’t come in. So, I don’t know how the homies from the hood are going to come out and make it. So, that might be a situation.
“I have some family members that might not be able to make it.”
Brian Ortega has agreed to fight Max Holloway at in December in Toronto, but that might be an issue for some people he's close to. ?
— MMAjunkie (@MMAjunkie) August 26, 2018