David Loiseau is being given another chance by the UFC.
Loiseau was bumped off this weekend’s UFC 113 card due to licensing issues. Scheduled to face John Salter, Loiseau was replaced by Jason MacDonald with the Quebec commission refused to issue him a license until they completed an investigation into his alleged ties to an organized crime group. Police did eventually clear Loiseau, but it was too late to insert him back into the matchup.
All was not lost, however, as Loiseau was offered the chance to fight against Mario Miranda on the preliminary card of UFC 115 in June. That card will take place in Vancouver, British Columbia. Cage Potato first reported the news on Monday morning.