The Minnesota Office of Combative Sports on Wednesday released the medical suspensions for UFC on FX 5: Browne vs. Bigfoot, which took place on Friday night at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minn. read news >>
All 20 fighters who competed at UFC on FX 5 this past Friday were handed a minimum seven-day suspension by the Minnesota Office of Combative Sports, and seven of the card’s combatants face longer layoffs. read news >>
The Minnesota Office of Combative Sports issued mandatory medical suspensions to seven fighters from this past weekend's UFC on FX 5 event.
MMAjunkie.com today confirmed the list with the regulatory body.
Danny Castillo, who suffered a knockout loss to Michael Johnson in a back-and-forth preliminary-card bout, received the only indefinite suspension.
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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 >>
UFC 177">UFC 177 consisted of eight fights, and of the 16 fighters involved, only half received medical suspensions longer than the seven day mandatory rest period. read news >>
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) recently tied a ribbon around its UFC 177: "Dillashaw vs. Soto" pay-per-view (PPV) event, whick took place last Saturday night (Aug. 30, 2014) in Sacramento, California. While TJ Dillashaw may have escaped unharmed, his opponent, Joe Soto, was not so lucky. "One Bad Mofo" suffered one good KO en route to a fifth round loss to "The Viper." Joining him on the list of injured reserves for up to six months is lightweight veteran Danny Castillo, who got banged up read news >>
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Following a KO heavy fight card on Wednesday night in Atlantic City, six fighters have been medically suspended for an indefinite time period. The first of two UFC Fight Night cards this weekend featured an array of vicious knockouts and stoppages, which is evident in the post-fight medical report released by the New Jersey State Athletic Control Board. The judges overseeing the event were given an easy night, as nine of the eleven fights on the UFC Fight Night: Atlantic City card ended within t read news >>
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Jim Miller led a list of six fighters who received indefinite medical suspensions following Wednesday night's UFC Fight Night 45 event in Atlantic City, New Jersey, according to information released by the New Jersey State Athletic Control Board. The usually violent show featured nine finishes out of 11 fights, and the medical suspension report reflects that number, as Miller, Alptekin Ozkilic, Alex White, Jessamyn Duke, Jerrod Sanders and Tina Lahdemaki all were handed indefinite sentences pend read news >>
Fresh off his knockout of Danny Castillo at UFC on FX 5, Michael Johnson will fight for a 4th time in 2012 when he faces Ultimate Fighter veteran Myles Jury at UFC 155. read news >>
MINNEAPOLIS - Michael Johnson took a page out of Mike Pierce's playbook and turned the pages on Danny Castillo.
Following Pierce's come-from-behind knockout in the previous bout, Johnson got dropped in the first round and knocked out Castillo in the second, just as Pierce did.
The bout closed the preliminary card of UFC on FX 5, which took place at Target Center in Minneapolis. It aired on FUEL TV immediately before main-card fights on FX.
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Seven fighters received medical suspensions from the New Jersey State Athletic Control Board following last night's UFC on FX 4, including headliner Gray Maynard. read news >>