It looks like surprises are becoming the most known part of UFC. This time, Jessica Aguilar is pulled from the fight on Friday for a condition NYSAC described as \u201cpotentially contagious\u201d. The details are listed below. (via MMAMania.com) \u201cMedical personnel identified a potentially contagious medical condition,\u201d read the NYSAC statement, via New York State Department of State spokesperson Lee Park. \u201cFor the safety of the impacted fighter and her opponent, the fight was called off. UFC medical personnel were also consulted and concurred with the decision.\u201d Jessica Aguilar says she consulted a dermatologist who cleared her after the weigh-in on Thursday\u2026 but looks like it isn\u2019t enough for the fight. Some strange things happened. When asked about a doctor\u2019s initial clearance of Aguilar, Park relayed that Aguilar\u2019s condition \u201cworsened overnight.\u201d \u201cThe reason the fight was canceled was because of the fighter\u2019s condition on Friday,\u201d Park wrote in an e-mail. Abe Kawa, her manager, claims UFC will take care of Jessica Aguilar. After all, this is the second fight in a row where she was scrapped. Jessica got two tests, while the third is scheduled was scheduled for Monday. \u00a0\u201cI do think that New York is going to get it right eventually,\u201d Kawa said of the commission that just began regulating MMA in 2016. \u201cI just think there\u2019s certain people that are there right now that don\u2019t understand what they\u2019re doing, honestly. Not even the sport, just what they\u2019re doing in general. It\u2019s shameful, man. It\u2019s shameful. Jessica didn\u2019t deserve that. She deserved to be able to go out there and fight.\u201d \u201cIt is the worst way that I can think of, of telling a fighter they can\u2019t fight,\u201d Kawa said. \u201cIf you thought a fighter has something and you just sent them to a doctor that\u2019s just a random doctor in the city that you\u2019re in and you\u2019re basically saying that doctor\u2019s word is no longer good, I don\u2019t know what we could have done to make this better.\u201d There were many controversial decisions in a row. From pulling Max Holloway from the fight with Khabib Nurmagomedov, over almost prohibiting Pearl Gonzalez to fight due to her breast implants, to sending Ashley Yoder in the local hospital instead of treating her instead of letting her be treated on the site after the fight\u2026 What do you think, what is the next controversial move after scrapping Jessica Aguilar? Maybe Yoel Romero is the next victim?