- 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 >>
Tim Kennedy and Cat Zingano sit atop the list of fighters potentially out for six months following UFC 178. Not only does Tim Kennedy have to contend with being on the wrong end of one of the most bizarre and controversial finishes in UFC history, he now has to deal with a potential six-month spell on the sidelines. Following a frantic second round that saw Kennedy mount an impressive comeback after a rocky start, Romero appeared weary and tentative about resuming the fight following the 60-seco read news >>
Tim Kennedy could be held out of action for six months after suffering a controversial third-round TKO loss to Yoel Romero at UFC 178, according to information released to MMAFighting.com by the Nevada Athletic Commission. Kennedy appeared to be on the verge of knocking Romero out in the closing moments of round two of the pair's middleweight contest, however Romero survived to the horn, then was awarded almost a minute-and-a-half to recover between rounds due to a series of bizarre circumstance read news >>
Three fighters – including victorious headliner Andrei Arlovski – picked up significant medical suspensions following this past Saturday’s UFC Fight Night 51. MMAjunkie recently requested and received the suspensions from the Comissao Atletica Brasileira de MMA (...) read news >>
Andrei Arlovski made quick work of Antonio Silva at Saturday’s UFC Fight Night 51 card in Brasilia, Brazil, but he could be out for 180 days. Brazilian MMA Athletic Commission (CABMMA) announced on Monday that three of the 22 UFN 51 fighters, including Arlovski, are suspended six months pending medical clearance after Saturday night’s fights. Efrain Escudero and Piotr Hallmann, who suffered decision losses to Leonardo Santos and Gleison Tibau, respectively, are also out 180 days pending medical read news >>
UFC 177 title challenger Joe Soto and co-main event fighter Danny Castillo could be sidelined for up to six months after suffering possible injuries on Saturday night. read news >>
By surviving nearly five rounds with the champion despite having little more than a day to prepare, bantamweight newcomer Joe Soto made quite an impression on fight fans at UFC 177. Unfortunately, though, it may be his last one for a while, as Soto's 180-day suspension led the California State Athletic Commission's UFC 177 post-fight medical suspension report. Soto, a UFC rookie who picked his spots and, at times, gave as good as he got before succumbing to a fifth-round TKO loss at the hands of read news >>
Eight fighters received medical suspensions beyond the customary seven-day rest periods following this past weekend’s UFC 177 event.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
- 2 months 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 >>
- 2 months ago
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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 >>