The medical suspensions list from this past weekend’s UFC 135 event has now been released and show that despite winning comfortably in the main event of the evening Jon Jones has suffered a significant injury.

At the post-fight press conference for the event Jones had both of his feet heavily iced and it’s believed that could why he’s been handed a six month medical suspension, though he can be cleared in 45 days by a doctor.

The injury is likely to ensure that a title fight between Jones and current No.1 contender Rashad Evans won’t take place until early 2012 at the earliest.

Also out for 180 days is another winner on the night, James Te Huna and Aaron Riley who broke his jaw during the prelims.

See the full injury list below.

Jon Jones: Suspended 180 days (or 45 days with physican clearance)
Quinton Jackson: Suspended 60 days with no contact during training for 45 days
Matt Hughes: Suspended 45 days no contact for 30 days
Mark Hunt: Suspended 45 days no contact for 30 days
Ben Rothwell: Suspended 60 days with no contact for 45 days
Takanori Gomi: Suspended 30 days
Aaron Riley: Suspended 180 days (or 90 days with physician clearance)
Nick Ring: Suspended 30 days
Eddie Yagin: Suspended 30 days
Cole Escovedo: Suspended 45 days no contact for 30 days
Ricardo Romero: Suspended 60 days with no contact for 45 days
James Te Huna: Suspended 180 days for injuries (or a minimum 30 Days with physician clearance)

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