The UFC appears to be planning a full slate of events for June.
UFC 250 on June 6 is the only card that's been made official for the month, and no locations have been determined, but fights are reportedly set for multiple dates.
Women's flyweights Mariya Agapova and Melissa Gatto will meet in their respective UFC debuts on June 13, sources told MMA Fighting's Guilherme Cruz.
Roxanne Modafferi is expected to face off with Lauren Murphy in a potential title eliminator at 125 pounds on June 20, sources told MMA Fighting's Mike Heck.
Additionally, a bantamweight clash between Aspen Ladd and former title challenger Sara McMann is being targeted for June 27, sources told MMA Junkie's Mike Bohn.
Before the coronavirus pandemic put all UFC events in limbo, the June 13 card was scheduled for Kazakhstan, the June 20 show was slated for Saskatoon, Canada, and the June 27 event was set for Austin, Texas.
The promotion resumed operations with three cards in Jacksonville from May 9 to May 16. UFC president Dana White hopes to begin holding events at the UFC Apex facility in Las Vegas, but that's pending approval from the Nevada Athletic Commission.
As a backup plan, White said last weekend that the promotion is targeting Arizona for future cards.
The UFC is also planning to hold events on a private island beginning in mid-June for international fighters who are unable to travel to the United States during the COVID-19 crisis. It's unclear which of the planned events in June are being targeted for Fight Island.