Woodley, Edwards among fighters to react to UFC postponing events

Dana White says UFC will postpone next three events (1:42)

UFC president Dana White says the next three UFC events are postponed, but April's title fight between Khabib Nurmagomedov and Tony Ferguson will happen. (1:42)

Dana White announced on SportsCenter Monday that the March 21, 28 and April 11 UFC Fight Nights would be postponed.

UFC 249, featuring a main event between Khabib Nurmagomedov and Tony Ferguson, still remains on the calendar, with White acknowledging that the fight may not happen in the United States.

Fighters on these upcoming cards, including Tyron Woodley and Leon Edwards, who were originally scheduled to meet in Saturday's main event, took to social media to share their thoughts:

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#repost from @arielhelwani Fans I'm sorryπŸ˜”! I'm shattered by this! I texted @danawhite and told him I'm in for Burns sat (Sat ONLY). I then was told the card was off. We will make it through this together. Don't take it lightly. When we are back and running its me and Clout Chasing Covington. Don't want to hear another name! #TalkIsOver Thanks all my supporters. @mommawoodd @missionusa #SteveWoodley @phokingqui @metabolicmeals @cbdmd.usa @monsterenergy @dinthomas @coachdukeroufus @ericbrown1954 @edbilbasoo @dfunk59 @syrius2 @iammilliereid @americantopteam @roufusport @mike_swick @akathailand @adamweitsman @championmuhsin @fasthandsproductions @dr_sschu @illwavybrooks86 @jucao21 #DrewFromTheLou #Dillion @attatl and all other partners!

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"This fight going to happen after we get back to normal programming don't try run now kid, f--- Covington the weasel" Leon Edwards