Tim Kennedy believes the UFC has plenty of time to find him a replacement opponent this time around.
After it was confirmed on Monday that Kennedy will not be facing Rashad Evans at UFC 206 next month, the former Strikeforce title contender posted on social media that he will remain in the “longest fight camp in history” to compete on the card.
— Tim Kennedy (@TimKennedyMMA) November 22, 2016
The Ontario Athletic Commission revealed that they will not allow Evans to compete in Toronto next month. Earlier this month, the New York Athletic Commission did the same just hours before UFC 205 weigh-ins, scrapping the middleweight encounter.
Kennedy has not fought since September 2014 when he lost to Yoel Romero.