UFC on Versus 5 Medical Suspensions: Jim Miller One of Several Indefinite Suspensions


Jim Miller

Jim Miller

UFC on Versus 5: Hardy vs. Lytle, the promotion’s debut in Milwaukee, took place Sunday night, Aug. 14, at the Bradley Center.

Chris Lytle celebrated his retirement from mixed martial arts by having a toe-to-toe battle with Dan Hardy in the main event before submitting him near the end of the fight.

Wisconsin’s Department of Safety and Professional Services on Tuesday released the post-fight medical suspensions for UFC on Versus 5 to MMAWeekly.com.

UFC on Versus 5 Medical Suspensions:

Dan Hardy – Received a 30-day mandatory medical rest period.

Ben Henderson – Received a 30-day medical rest period and must get an x-ray of his left elbow.

Jim Miller – Received an indefinite suspension and must get a physical exam and CT scan before competing again.

Charles Oliveira – Received a 30-day medical rest period and must get an x-ray of his left elbow.

Duane Ludwig – Received an indefinite suspension and must get a physical exam and CT scan before competing again. He must also get his right hand x-rayed.

Amir Sadollah – Received an indefinite suspension and must get a neurological exam and CT scan before competing again.

CB Dollaway – Received an indefinite suspension and must get a neurological exam and CT scan before competing again.

Kyle Noke – Received an indefinite suspension and must get an MRI on his knee before competing again.

Jimy Hettes – Received a 30-day medical rest period due to a head laceration.

Alex Caceres – Received a 30-day mandatory medical rest period.

Cole Miller – Received a 30-day medical rest period due to a right hand injury.

TJ O’Brien – Received an indefinite suspension due to rib and leg injuries.

Jason Reinhardt – Received a 30-day mandatory medical rest period.

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