UFC 154: St-Pierre vs. Condit Medical Suspensions


Martin Kampmann UFC Fight Night 18UFC 154 resulted in a number of decisions, but also had a few finishes that resulted in some medical suspensions handed down by the Quebec Boxing Commission.

No suspension will be longer than 60-days and those both fall on fighters who suffered knockouts on the Saturday night card from the Bell Centre

Here are the full medical suspensions for UFC 154: St-Pierre vs. Condit:

Georges St-Pierre suspended for 28 days (rest period)
Carlos Condit suspended 30 days

Martin Kampmann suspended 60 days (knockout)
Johny Hendricks suspended 7 days (rest period)

Francis Carmont suspended 14 days (rest period)
Tom Lawlor suspended 14 days (rest period)

Rafael Dos Anjos suspended 14 days (rest period)
Mark Bocek suspended 45 days

Pablo Garza suspended 14 days (rest period)
Mark Hominick suspended 45 days

Patrick Cote suspended 60 days (knockout)
Alessio Sakara suspended 7 days (rest period)

Chad Griggs suspended 30 days
Cyrille Diabate suspended 7 days (rest period)

Sam Stout suspended 14 days (rest period)
John Makdessi suspended 14 days (rest period)

Antonio Carvalho suspended 14 days (rest period)
Rodrigo Damm suspended 14 days (rest period)

Matt Riddle suspended 14 days (rest period)
John Maguire suspended 14 days (rest period)

Ivan Menjivar suspended 7 days (rest period)
Azamat Gaschimov suspended 7 days (rest period)

Darren Elkins suspended 14 days (rest period)
Steven Siler suspended 14 days (rest period)

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