Jorge Masvidal has raised his hand.

With the UFC 249 main event in jeopardy, Masvidal (35-13 MMA, 12-6 UFC) volunteered his services in a Monday tweet. Keeping it short and sweet, Masvidal, the UFC’s “BMF” champion, tweeted “April 18 I’m free #theresurrection.”

The tweet stems from Monday’s news of a potential UFC 249 main event fallout. In an Instagram Live video Monday, UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov said he may not be able to headline the April 18 card against Tony Ferguson because he is stuck in Russia.

“So now I am hearing that they are looking to organize it with or without me. OK, go ahead,” Nurmagomedov said. “Everyone should follow the laws. I am not against it.

The country currently has a travel lockdown, which would restrict Nurmagomedov (28-0 MMA, 12-0 UFC) from flying out of Russia to the United States, or presumably anywhere else outside the country.

UFC 249 was originally scheduled to take place in Brooklyn, N.Y. However, the card was moved after New York state officials implemented restrictions on large gatherings.

UFC president Dana White has promised the April 18 card will happen, but has been reluctant to release any information as to a potential location or venue.

As for Masvidal, the American Top Team member is aligned to meet UFC welterweight champion Kamaru Usman for the title this summer. He did not elaborate whether or not he’s hoping for Usman on April 18, or if he would take a fight against another opponent.