Amanda Nunes’ sinusitis brings to life the disclaimer ‘Card subject to change’ for disappointed fans

There are four words, usually placed in an out-of-the-way place in the smallest type size possible, that have served as a warning to fight fans for decades.

It’s the acknowledgement from the promoter that you might not get what you get what you thought you were getting when you purchased your tickets.

It’s not fraud. It’s not bait-and-switch. It’s not being duplicitous or four deceitful. Those four words are meant to protect you, the consumer, before you put your money down that in the fight game, things happen and you might be buying something different than you thought.

Card subject to change.

On Saturday morning Pacific time, only a few hours before the first bout of what once had the potential to be one of the greatest cards in UFC history, news leaked that women’s bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes was out of the night’s main event at T-Mobile Arena against Valentina Shevchenko because she wasn’t feeling well.

“Leading up to the ceremonial weigh-ins [Friday], I got a call that she wasn’t feeling well,” president Dana White said at the UFC 213 post-fight news conference. “And it was questionable whether she was going to show up to the ceremonials

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