A injury has ruled defending Cage Warriors featherweight champion Dean Trueman out of his highly anticipated ending up in Soren Bak on Mar. 9.

Bak vacated his lightweight name in an effort to clinch his next promotional sock, but Trueman announced Friday via societal media that he won’t have the ability to compete at the Copenhagen date. MMA Fighting later affirmed the headlines.

“Bad news! Everyone who has bought tickets to my struggle I have had to pull out of the struggle. Your choice wasn’t made and has been a tough choice to make. I’ve torn/ruptured my bicep tendonI tried to continue training and decided that I could ’t struggle,” Trueman’s post read.

“Everybody that knows me knows I wanted to defend my belt and have trained hard for this struggle but fighting with an injury isn’t just a fantastic option for my own career. I would like to apologize to everyone else who has booked hotels, flights and tickets as I believe I’ve let you .

It’s understood that Trueman needs to undergo a MRI to determine when he is going to have the ability to contact action.

“We have no shortage of options. It will soon be adjusted Monday it’s exactly about . The pull out was made official to use late night,” said Boylan.

Trueman (10-4-0) acquired the featherweight title after beating Team Renegade potential Aiden Lee at the ultimate of the divisional championship at Cage Warriors 100. Before his third-round finish of Lee, Trueman booked his place at the final of the championship with a one-sided decision conquer Lewis Monarch.

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