UFC 158 Poster PBP-GRAY-478x270The Régie des alcools des courses et des jeux, the sanctioning body that oversees events in Montreal, on Wednesday released the UFC 158: St-Pierre vs. Diaz medical suspensions.

The event took place Saturday, March 16, at the Bell Centre in Montreal, where UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre retained his belt with a five-round unanimous decision victory over Nick Diaz.

Every fighter on the card received at least seven to 28-day rest period, but none received more than a 60-day suspension, which went to Nate Marquardt after suffering a vicious first-round knockout.

UFC 158: St-Pierre vs. Diaz Medical Suspensions

Georges St-Pierre: 28-day suspension
Nick Diaz: 28-day suspension
Johny Hendricks: 14-day suspension
Carlos Condit: 14-day suspension
Jake Ellenberger: 7-day suspension
Nate Marquardt: 60-day medical suspension
Chris Camozzi: 14-day suspension
Nick Ring: 14-day suspension
Mike Ricci: 14-day suspension
Colin Fletcher: 14-day suspension
Patrick Cote: 14-day suspension
Bobby Voelker: 14-day suspension
Darren Elkins: 7-day suspension
Antonio Carvalho: 30-day medical suspension
Jordan Mein: 7-day suspension
Dan Miller: 30-day medical suspension
John Makdessi: 14-day suspension
Daron Cruickshank: 45-day medical suspension
Rick Story: 7-day suspension
Quinn Mulhern: 30-day medical suspension
T.J. Dillashaw: 7-day suspension
Issei Tamura: 45-day medical suspension
George Roop: 14-day suspension
Reuben Duran: 45-day medical suspension

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