UFC 126 medical suspensions: Griffin and Ellenberger facing potential long layoffs


The Nevada State Athletic Commission issued medical suspensions to a total of 10 fighters from this past weekend's UFC 126 event. Now, main-card fighters Forrest Griffin and Jake Ellenberger both face suspensions of up to six months, though each can be cleared early by a physician. MMAjunkie.com today requested and received the list of suspensions from the NSAC. view original article >>
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