- 3 years ago
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The Ultimate Fighting Championship issued medical suspensions to all 20 competitors from this past weekend's UFC 120 event, and four fighters could be out of action for half a year.
Main-card fighters Mike Pyle, Cheick Kongo and Travis Browne, as well as preliminary-card fighter Rob Broughton, face six-month suspensions.
UFC 120 took place Oct. 16 at The 02 in London and aired in the U.S. via same-day delay.
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- 3 years ago
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All 20 UFC 120 combatants have received medical suspensions, and the UFC has told four of its fighters to rest for up to 180 days. read news >>
- 21 days ago
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Robbie Lawler landed a UFC welterweight title shot at UFC on FOX 12 on Saturday night, while Matt Brown landed on the medically suspended list, facing the possibility of being out of work for up to six months. read news >>
Matt Brown headlined a list of four fighters to receive extended medical suspensions in the aftermath of UFC on FOX 12, the California State Athletic Commission revealed on Tuesday.
Brown could be sidelined for up to six months due to a potential nasal fracture suffered during his gritty decision loss to Robbie Lawler at UFC on FOX 12's main event, which took place on July 26 at the SAP Arena in San Jose, CA and snapped Brown's seven-fight win streak. "The Immortal" also received an additional t read news >>
Doctor! Doctor! Gimme the news!
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) will be say goodbye to those fighters who competed at the UFC on FOX 12: "Lawler vs. Brown" mixed martial arts (MMA) event last Saturday night (July 26, 2014) inside SAP Center in San Jose, California.
At least until their physicians clear them to come back.
Chief among them is "Immortal" Matt Brown, who could face up to six months on the sidelines for his nasal fail. That's not nearly as bad as Hernani Per read news >>
The California State Athletic Commission issued medical suspensions to all the fighters on Saturday’s UFC on FOX 12 card, with nearly a dozen getting terms longer than the minimum.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) -- acting as its own regulatory body overseas -- has released the UFC Fight Night 43 medical suspensions and corresponding injuries for those fighters competing at the "Te Huna vs. Marquardt" mixed martial arts (MMA) event last weekend (Sat., June 28, 2014) in Auckland, New Zealand.
And local hero Soa Palelei is leaving a little worse for the wear.
The heavyweight slugger joins Gian Villante, Mike Rhodes, and Charles Oliveira on the list read news >>
- 2 months ago
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Top-10 welterweight Jake Ellenberger and seven other fighters received six-month medical suspensions due to injuries sustained at UFC 173, the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) informed MMAFighting.com on Wednesday.
Ellenberger suffered a significant orbital fracture injury during his main card bout against No. 1 contender Robbie Lawler at the pay-per-view event, which took place May 24, 2014 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, NV. Ellenberger will require clearance from an ophthal read news >>
- 4 months ago
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Shogun Rua topped the list of lengthy UFC Fight Night 38 medical suspensions recently released by the Brazilian MMA Athletic Commission, although he's not the only fighter that got a 180-day suspension. read news >>
- 4 months ago
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Mauricio Rua out up to six months after receiving broken nose during main event TKO loss to Dan Henderson in Fight Night main event
Former UFC light heavyweight champion Mauricio "Shogun" Rua led the list of medical suspensions stemming from Sunday's UFC Fight Night event. Rua received a badly broken nose courtesy the right hand of Dan Henderson in the main event of the card, and was subsequently handed a medical suspension that could last up to six months.
Michel Prazeres was the only other fig read news >>
- 5 months ago
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Rory MacDonald is one of five fighters facing a potential six-month suspension following UFC 170. read news >>