The Nevada State Athletic Commission released The Ultimate Fighter 18 Finale medical suspensions to MMAWeekly.com on Monday.
Johny Hendricks and three other fighters could be sidelined for as long as six months according to the UFC 167 medical suspensions issued by the Nevada State Athletic Commission.
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.
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.
Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney said he gets daily calls from Quinton "Rampage" Jackson, who raves about how good his knees feel. "He said his knees haven't felt this good since he was 18," Rebney...
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.
Anthony Pettis' timetable was up in the air until Tuesday night. Now the UFC's new lightweight champion knows exactly what's coming next.
After more than 15 months on the sidelines, Louis Gaudinot is praying he made the right choice. Rather than undergo surgery for a few injuries that kept him out of action, "Goodnight" decide...
It will be some time before the UFC’s resident Irishman returns to the Octagon.
The UFC recently sent popular Irishman Conor McGregor to Los Angeles to have an MRI done on his knee, and the results were not what anyone had hoped for.
For now, all the talk was for naught for Conor McGregor, as will be his hope to fight on the UFC's Manchester card in October. The featherweight will be sidelined for 10 months with an ACL t...
UFC lightweight Reza Madadi today was sentenced to 18 months in jail due to aggravated burglary.
UFC lightweight Reza Madadi on Friday was sentenced to one year and six months in jail by a Stockholm court on a charge of grand larceny.