Lauren Murphy won’t be a portion of this UFC’s first show on ESPN.
On Wednesdaythe former Invicta bantamweight winner affirmed a study by FloCombat declaring that she will want more time to recuperate from surgery and has pulled from her flyweight bout with Ashlee Evans-Smith scheduled for Feb. 17 in Phoenix.
I was so excited to get back in the cage, especially here in Phx! Unfortunately its just a little too right after surgery. I want a bit more time to heal, then I will return, ideally together with working limbs
Good fortune to @AshleeMMA, it’s definitely going to be a terrific card! https://t.co/0x6zY5ofKR
— Lauren Murphy (@LaurenMurphyMMA) December 19, 2018
“I had been so excited to get back in the cage, notably here in Phoenix,” Murphy composed. “Unfortunately it’s just a tad too soon after surgery. ”
In August, Murphy, who trains out from the MMA Lab in Glendale, Ariz., shared an Instagram post regarding her foot surgery:
The 35-year-old additionally spent part of 2017 filming season 26 of.