The medical suspensions resulting from this past weekend’s Strikeforce: Diaz Vs Daley event have now been released, and show that the main card stars managed to escape without any long-term injuries.

Despite winning his action-packed bout with Paul Daley in the main event of the evening, Strikeforce welterweight champion Nick Diaz actually finds himself being slapped with a longer suspension than his opponent due to an eye laceration.

That leaves him on the sidelines for 60 days, while Daley is suspended for 45 days after being TKO’d by the champ.

Despite looking like he’d been hit by a truck after his majority draw with Gegard Mousasi, former UFC star Keith Jardine was also handed just 60 days out, while Mousasi avoided a suspension altogether.

See the official suspension list in full below.

  • Nick Diaz; suspended 60 days; no contact 60 days; eye laceration
  • Paul Daley; suspended 45 days; no contact 30 days; TKO
  • Tatsuya Kawajiri; suspended 45 days; no contact 30 days; TKO
  • Keith Jardine; suspended 60 days; no contact 60 days; right eyebrow, nose laceration
  • Hiroyuki Takaya; suspended 60 days; no contact 60 days; right cheek laceration
  • Brett Albee; suspended 45 days; no contact 30 days; KO; suspended 60 days; no contact 60 days; nose, temple laceration
  • Saad Awad; suspended 180 days, no contact 180 days, fractured right hand
  • AJ Matthews; suspended 45 days; no contact 30 days; KO
  • Paul Song; suspended indefinitely; right elbow pain

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