- 2 years ago
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Nine fighters, including headliner Devin Cole, were issued medical suspensions of up to 180 days following this past weekend's World Series of Fighting debut.
WSOF 1 took place at Las Vegas' Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. The main card, including former UFC heavyweight champion Andrei Arlovski's win over Cole, aired live on NBC Sports Network.
Cole was suspended for 45 days, but could be out as long as 180 days if his left knee is not cleared by a doctor. He was stopped by Arlov read news >>
Eight fighters received potential two-month medical suspensions following their respective performances at UFC Fight Night 60, including welterweight headliner Brandon Thatch and featherweight veteran Cole Miller, the Colorado State Boxing Commission (CSBC) announced on Tuesday. Both Thatch and Miller came up short at UFC Fight Night 60, which took place Feb. 14 in Broomfield, Colo. Thatch fell victim to a thrilling fourth-round rear-naked choke against former UFC lightweight champion Benson Hen read news >>
- 8 months ago
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A number of fighters received medical suspensions in the wake of UFC 174 last Saturday. UFC 174 saw some limbs breaking and swollen faces, so it's no surprise that there are a few notable medical suspensions coming out of the event. The British Columbia Athletic Commission released the suspensions to MMA Junkie, and the biggest one is probably the 180-day term that Ryan Jimmo received due to the broken arm he suffered in his bout with Ovince St. Preux. Valerie Letourneau and Tae Hyun Bang also r read news >>
- 9 months ago
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Rony Jason received the longest medical suspension due to injuries sustained at The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil 3 Finale card on May 31, the Brazilian MMA Athletic Commission (CABMMA) announced Monday. Jason broke his left hand in a three-round bout with Robbie Peralta in the main card, and had surgery immediately after the fight. Several fighters received a 45-day suspension including Fabio Maldonado, who suffered a 35-second knockout loss to Stipe Miocic in the main event. Kevin Souza and Matt Ed read news >>
- 11 months ago
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The UFC on Tuesday released the medical suspensions information from the recent UFC Fight Night 37 (UFC London) with Jimi Manuwa and Michael Johnson receiving 180-day suspensions. read news >>
The Brazilian MMA Athletic Commission on Tuesday released the UFC Fight Night 36: Machida vs. Mousasi medical suspensions with Lyoto Machida possibly out of action for up to six months. read news >>
The Brazilian MMA Athletic Commission (CABMMA) has issued extended medical suspensions to 16 UFC Fight Night 32 fighters, and two of them could be out of action for up to 180 days.Filed under: UFC Tagged: Brandon Thatch, Rony Jason, UFC Fight Night 32 read news >>
The Brazilian MMA Athletic Commission (CABMMA) on Monday issued the medical suspensions for UFC Fight Night 32: Belfort vs. Henderson. read news >>
The Brazilian MMA Athletic Commission (CABMMA) has issued extended medical suspensions to 16 UFC Fight Night 32 fighters, and two of them could be out of action for up to 180 days. read news >>
The Brazilian Athletic Commission (CABMMA) on Friday released the UFC Fight Night 29: Maia vs. Shields medical suspensions to MMAWeekly.com. read news >>
- 2 years ago
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Ten fighters, including headliner Efrain Escudero, were issued medical suspensions of up to 180 days following this past weekend's Resurrection Fighting Alliance 4 event.
Resurrection Fighting Alliance 4 took place at Las Vegas' Texas Station Gambling Hall & Hotel.
Escudero's suspension term is just for 21 days with no contact for 14 days. Fellow notable Sergio Pettis, brother of UFC lightweight Anthony Pettis, was suspended for 30 days for a facial contusion in his victory over Ji read news >>
- 2 years ago
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The MMA World Series of Fighting 1: Arlovski vs. Cole medical suspensions were released Tuesday by the Nevada Athletic Commission. read news >>
- 2 years ago
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Five fighters, including main-card light-heavyweight opponents Glover
Teixeira and Fabio Maldonado, were issued medical suspensions of up to
180 days following this past weekend's UFC 153 event.
UFC 153 took place Oct. 13 at Rio de Janeiro's HSBC Arena.
With the lack of an athletic commission to govern the event, UFC
officials took the role of overseeing the fight card. They recently
released the suspensions to the Association of Boxing Commissions.
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