UFC on Fuel TV 4 Medical Suspensions: Munoz, Te Huna and Njokuani Get 180 Days


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Joey Beltran vs James Te Huna at UFC on Fuel TV 4The UFC on Fuel TV 4: Munoz vs. Weidman medical suspensions were released to MMAWeekly.com on Thursday by the California State Athletic Commission.

Main event fighter Mark Munoz, as well as James Te Huna and Anthony Njokuani received possible 180-day suspensions.

UFC on Fuel TV 4 Medical Suspensions

Mark Munoz is suspended for 45 days with no contact for 30 days due to TKO loss. He is also suspended 180 days for a left scalp laceration, a right eyebrow laceration, and a possible mandible fracture unless he is cleared by a physician.

James Te Huna is suspended for 180 days due to a possible left elbow fracture and left foot fracture unless cleared by a physician. He is also suspended indefinitely and needs an MRI on or before Sept. 11, 2012, to be cleared.

Joey Beltran is suspended for 60 days due to two right orbital lacerations and an upper right side lip laceration unless cleared by a physician.

Aaron Simpson is suspended for 60 days due to a right eye laceration unless cleared by a physician.

Kenny Robertson is suspended for 60 days due to a right scalp laceration unless cleared by a physician.

Anthony Njokuani is suspended for 180 days due to a possible right hand fracture unless cleared by a physician.

Josh Ferguson is suspended for 60 days due to a right orbital laceration unless cleared by a physician.

Andrew Craig is suspended for 60 days due to a left eyebrow laceration unless cleared by a physician.

Rafael Natal is suspended for 45 days with no contact for 30 days due to a knockout loss.

Issei Tamura is suspended for 45 days with no contact for 30 days due to a TKO loss.

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