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‘TUF 28’ Finale Medical Suspensions: Juan Espino Potentially Sidelined 6 Months

Juan Francisco Espino Dieppa could be looking at a lengthy layoff after winning the heavyweight final of “The Ultimate Fighter 28.”
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‘TUF 28’ Finale Medical Suspensions: Juan Espino Potentially Sidelined 6 Months

Juan Francisco Espino Dieppa could be looking at a lengthy layoff after winning the heavyweight final of “The Ultimate Fighter 28.”
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Golden Boy MMA Medical Suspensions: Chuck Liddell Handed Indefinite Term After KO Defeat

Chuck Liddell has been suspended indefinitely following his first round knockout loss to Tito Ortiz at Golden Boy MMA’s inaugural event this past Saturday.
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UFC Fight Night 141 Medical Suspensions: Four Fighters Facing 180-Day Layoffs

Four fighters from UFC Fight Night 141 could be looking at lengthy medical suspensions.
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UFC Fight Night 141 Medical Suspensions: Four Fighters Facing 180-Day Layoffs

Four fighters from UFC Fight Night 141 could be looking at lengthy medical suspensions.
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UFC Fight Night 141 Medical Suspensions: Four Fighters Facing 180-Day Layoffs

Four fighters from UFC Fight Night 141 could be looking at lengthy medical suspensions.
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UFC Fight Night Denver Medical Suspensions: Yair Rodriguez Facing Potential 180-Day Layoff

Yair Rodriguez is facing a potential 180-day layoff following his memorable battle with Chan Sung Jung at UFC Fight Night 139 in Denver.
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NSAC Extends Suspensions For Danis, Two Others

Bellator MMA welterweight attraction, Dillon Danis, will remain suspended by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) for his role in the UFC 229 post-fight brawl, after no-showing Wednesday’s meeting in Las Vegas.

He’s not the only one.

Also absent from the NSAC pow-wow were Zubaira Tukhugov and Abubakar Nurmagomedov, who represented Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight champion, Khabib Nurmagomedov, once the shit hit the fan last October in “Sin City.”

Danis was at UFC 229 representing former UFC lightweight champion, Conor McGregor.

Danis, Tukhugov, and A. Nurmagomedov will be summoned for an upcoming disciplinary hearing in either December or January, according to MMA Fighting, and if they choose to skip the proceedings, then NSAC will decide their respective punishments uncontested.

McGregor is also under temporary suspension and will join Nurmagomedov on Dec. 10 to learn his fate. It’s widely believed “The Eagle” will receive the stiffest sentence, as his leap from the Octagon (see it here) is what started the post-fight debacle.

Until then, he remains king of the 155-pound throne, according to this guy.

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NSAC Extends Temporary Suspensions for Those Involved in UFC 229 Post-Fight Brawl

Those involved in the post-fight melee following the UFC 229 headliner could have their fates decided in December by the Nevada State Athletic Commission.
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UFC 230 Injuries And Suspensions

UFC 230 injuries and medical suspensions for the athletes who competed at “Cormier vs Lewis” last Saturday night (Nov. 3, 2018) from inside Madison square Garden in New York, N.Y., were released earlier this week by New York State Athletic Commission (NSAC).

Leading the way in mandatory sits is Chris Weidman, who was handed a three-month sit after suffering a third round knockout loss to Ronaldo Souza in the co-main event of the evening (see it again here). Ben Saunders was also handed a 90-day sit after suffering a first round knock out to Lyman Good.

But that’s not all, check out who else will be joining them on the medical suspension list courtesy of MMA Fighting.

Chris Weidman: 90 days

Ben Saunders: 90 days

Jack Marshman: 60 days

Landon Vannata: 60 days

Derek Brunson: 45 days

Derrick Lewis: 30 days

Jacare Souza: 30 days

David Branch: 30 days

Jordan Rinaldi: 30 days

Roxanne Modafferi: 30 days

Julio Arce: 30 days

Matthew Frevola: 30 days

Adam Wieczorek: 30 days

Jared Cannonier: 14 days

Karl Roberson: 14 days

Daniel Cormier: 7 days

Israel Adesanya: 7 days

Jason Knight: 7 days

Sijara Eubanks: 7 days

Sheymon Moraes: 7 days

Lyman Good: 7 days

Shane Burgos: 7 days

Kurt Holobaugh: 7 days

Marcos De Lima: 7 days

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Brian Kelleher: 30 days

Just a quick reminder: Fighters often return to action much quicker once doctors give them the green light. The lengthy suspensions are just a precaution in most cases. In addition, not all injuries are recorded during the post-fight examination and often times surface in follow-up tests.

For complete UFC 230 results, including play-by-play, click here.

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