The medical suspensions for the recently-completed UFC Fight Night 54 event were released recently, and all fighters who took part in bouts were given at minimum seven days off.
Among those handed extended suspensions were Nordine Taleb, Jingliang Li, Jake Lindsay, Jason Saggo and Matt Dwyer, who were all suspended 180 days. As always, the suspensions can be cleared early by a doctor.
Many, including Rory MacDonald, were given just a mandatory seven-day suspension, while others had 14, 30 or 45 days.
The complete list can be found below:
Rory MacDonald suspended seven days
Tarec Saffiedine suspended 45 days for a concussion
Raphael Assuncao suspended seven days
Bryan Caraway suspended 30 days for facial lacerations
Chad Laprise suspended seven days
Yosdenis Cedeno suspended 30 days with no contact during training for 21 days for soft tissue swelling
Elias Theodorou suspended seven days
Bruno Santos suspended seven days
Nordine Taleb suspended 182 days but can be cleared early with further medical examination
Jingliang Li suspended 180 days but can be cleared early with further medical examination; needs CAT scan on arms and exam for cut near eye
Jake Lindsay suspended 180 days but can be cleared early with further medical examination
Paul Felder suspended nine days
Jason Saggo suspended 180 days with no contact for 30 days, but can be cleared early with further medical examination and a CAT scan
Chris Kelades suspended seven days
Patrick Holohan suspended 30 days with no contact for 21 days
Albert Tumenov suspended seven days
Matt Dwyer suspended 180 days but can be cleared early with further medical examination and a CAT scan
Pedro Munhoz suspended seven days
Jerrod Sanders suspended 14 days with no contact for seven days