Heading into April, the UFC is yet to announce a location for UFC 249.

With the ongoing coronavirus outbreak and travel bans implemented globally, time is seemingly winding down on the highly-anticipated UFC lightweight title fight between champion Khabib Nurmagomedov and former interim champion Tony Ferguson.

Russia has recently banned all cross-border travel except for diplomats or members of official delegations, which may put the fight in jeopardy, considering that Nurmagomedov (28-0 MMA, 12-0 UFC) is currently in Dagestan.

Dana White has mentioned that there are numerous locations discussed for the event but Ferguson (25-3 MMA, 15-1 UFC), who is in the U.S., appears unaware of where the fight will take place and, in his most recent Twitter update, asked Nurmagomedov to send him a location.

“April 18 Is Getting Close @TeamKhabib & You’re Hiding In Russia. Travel Bans Will Not Prevent Me From Whoopin’ That Ass. Don’t Use It As An Excuse To Back Out. You Have Been Sent Many Locations, Send Us 1. Still My Bitch #DefendorVacate MF ⚾️ -CSO- 🇺🇸🏆🇲🇽 #ufc249 @ufc @danawhite”

Nurmagomedov recently closed out his camp at American Kickboxing Academy in San Jose, Calif. before flying home to Russia last week when he heard that the fight will not happen in the U.S.

But with travel bans now also being imposed in his homeland, Nurmagomedov is currently stuck there, putting yet another hurdle in the way of his eagerly-awaited fight with Ferguson.