Jimi Manuwa and Ryan Jimmo each could be on the shelf as long as six months following their main-card fight at UFC Fight Night 30 this past week.
After pulling out of Saturday's Bellator 106 event due to a fractured neck, Tito Ortiz is optimistic about making a fairly quick return.
As it turns out, UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez wasn't suspended six months following his UFC 166 victory over Junior dos Santos earlier this month.
UFC middleweight Michael Bisping believes he'll be able to return from his detached retina in March. UFC president Dana White says he'll be out six months.
MANCHESTER – Prior to today's FOX Sports 2 broadcast, you can watch six UFC Fight Night 30 preliminary-card fights here on MMAjunkie.com at 12:15 p.m. ET (9:15 a.m. PT).
The card for next month's UFC Fight Night 30 event in Manchester, England, is now official, and the show will feature six fights on the main card, preceded by six bouts online.
The UFC Fight Night 28 medical suspension list covered every fighter on the card, but co-main eventer Ronald "Jacara" Souza and two others could be sidelined up to six months.
A trio of fighters from Wednesday's UFC Fight Night 28 card in Brazil, including co-main event winner Ronaldo Souza, could be out as long as six months.
A lightweight bout featuring a recent tournament winner and a full slate of prelims have been added to Bellator's October show in Kansas.
The California State Athletic Commission on Monday released the World Series of Fighting 4 medical suspensions to MMAWeekly.com. Several fighters could be out for six months.
The UFC on Fox 8: Johnson vs. Moraga medical suspensions were released on Tuesday with several fighters out up to six months, and two fighters getting sidelined indefinitely.
Recent flyweight title challenger John Moraga is among a list of fighters who could be out as long as long as six months following their fights at this past Saturday's UFC on FOX 8 event.
Anthony Pettis’ hopes of fighting any time in August were dashed on Wednesday when UFC doctors said that he needs at least six weeks to recover from a recent tear to his meniscus.
After Donald Cerrone tweeted some nasty gashes, fellow UFC 160 fighter Mark Hunt has published some gore of his own.
Currently recovering from a severely dislocated toe, UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones could be out six weeks... or six months.