Miesha Tate versus Lauren Murphy scratched from UFC 276
Miesha Tate will probably need to stand by to make her ladies' flyweight debut.
The previous UFC bantamweight champion's battle against Lauren Murphy was pulled from UFC 276 on July 2, the advancement reported Saturday.
Murphy pulled out from the session for undisclosed reasons, sources told ESPN's Marc Raimondi
It's impossible the advancement will track down a substitution to battle Tate on seven days' notification, as indicated by MMA columnist Ariel Helwani.
Tate, who was set to drop to 125 pounds without precedent for her extensive vocation, was hoping to return from a headliner misfortune to Ketlen Vieira last November.
Murphy, in the mean time, is falling off a stoppage rout to flyweight champion Valentina Shevchenko last September.
A success would have set Tate in prime situation for a title shot, as Murphy is positioned No. 3 in the division.
Shevchenko referenced Tate as a potential next rival following her latest title protection prior in June.
UFC 276 will continue with 12 sessions at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, including the headliner between middleweight champ Israel Adesanya and Jared Cannonier.