Brandon Thatch ROF 39_videoVitor Belfort punched his ticket to a title shot on Saturday at UFC Fight Night 32. In a headlining rematch with former two-division Pride champion Dan Henderson, Belfort landed another kick to the head knockout. Neither Belfort nor Henderson received a lengthy medical suspension following the bout, despite the concussive finish.

The Brazilian MMA Athletic Commission (CABMMA) on Monday issued the medical suspensions for UFC Fight Night 32: Belfort vs. Henderson, which took place on Saturday, Nov. 9, at the Goiania Arena in Goiania, Goiás, Brazil.

Brandon Thatch and Rony Jason received the lengthiest suspensions, each could be out of action for as long as 180 days.

Every fighter on the card received at least a mandatory precautionary suspension.

UFC Fight Night 32 Medical Suspensions

(Fighter – Time without fighting/Time without physical contact)

Vitor Belfort – 14/7

Dan Henderson – 45/30

Cezar Ferreira – 45/30

Daniel Sarafian – 45/30

Rafael Cavalcante – 14/7

Igor Pokrajac – 45/30

Paulo Thiago – 45/30

Brandon Thatch – 180/or released by doctor after ankle magnetic resonance imagining and shoulder x-ray

Santiago Ponzinibbio – 30/21

Ryan Laflare – 30/21

Rony Jason – 180

Jeremy Stephens – 21/14

Godofredo Pepey – 45/30

Sam Sicília – 14/7

Thiago Perpétuo – 45/30

Omari Akhmedov – 45/30

Thiago Tavares – 21/14

Justin Salas – 14/7

Adriano Martins – 14/7

Daron Cruickshank – 21/14

José Maria – 45/30

Dustin Ortiz – 14/7

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