bantamweight champion T.J. Dillashaw and flyweight titleholder Henry Cejudo were slated to fight in their backyard next month, but instead, they’ll be traveling cross-country to .

The duo, who had been scheduled to main event UFC 233 on Jan. 26 at Anaheim’s Center with Cejudo’s 125-pound title at stake, will instead fight on ’s debut on Jan. 19 at the Barclays Center in the City borough of Brooklyn, according to the . ESPN was first to break the news.

Dillashaw (16-3), a Northern native who now bases his camp in Orange County, and Cejudo (13-2), a Los Angeles native, were part of a 1-2 combo which was a box office hit at UFC 227. The event at Staples Center in downtown LA drew a sellout crowd of 17,794 paying $2.85M as Dillashaw knocked out Cody Garbrandt in the main event to retain his title; and Cejudo edged Demetrious Johnson in a split-decision thriller to claim the flyweight title in a bout widely considered the greatest flyweight matchup in MMA history.

Dillashaw’s victory over Garbrandt marked his fourth straight victory and eighth in his past nine; Cejudo (13-2) has won three in a row.

No word yet on what might replace Dillashaw vs. Cejudo at , which goes head to head in the SoCal market with the finals of Bellator’s Heavyweight Grand Prix tournament at the Forum in Inglewood.