The medical suspensions list has now been released for UFC 153 and shows a number of fighters facing lengthy spells on the treatment table after injuries they sustained during their fights.

Perhaps unsurprisingly a particularly brutal fight between Glover Teixeira and Fabio Maldonado ended up with both fighters being handed a 180 day suspension.

Despite his convincing victory Teixeira is suspected of having damaged both his right hand and elbow, and so faces 6 months out unless an x-ray shows differently.

Meanwhile, his opponent Maldonado’s vicious beatdown requires him to have a neurological exam and potentially take six months out.

Also facing a six month lay-off is prelim fighter Sergio Moraes who has a damaged right knee that will require him to undergo an MRI, while Chris Camozzi is suspected of having fractured his nose.

See the full medical suspension list from UFC 153 in Brazil below.

Reza Madadi: 45 days no contest, 30 days no contact

Cristiano Marcello: 45 days no contest, 30 days no contact

Chris Camozzi: 180 days or negative x-ray of nasal bone, 45 days no contest, 30 days no contact

Luiz Cane: 180 days or clearance of left orbital and nasal bone, 45 days no contest, 30 days no contact

Sergio Moraes: 180 days or negative MRI of right knee and cleared by physician, 45 days no contest, 30 days no contact:

Joey Gambino: 30 days no contest, 21 days no contact

Diego Brandao: 30 days no contest, 21 days no contact

Sam Sicilia: 45 days no contest, 30 days no contact

Erick Silva: 30 days no contest, 21 days no contact

Fabio Maldonado: 180 days or neurological clearance, 60 days no contest, 45 days no contact

Glover Teixeira: 180 days or negative x-ray of right hand and right elbow, 30 days no contest, 21 days no contact

Dave Herman: 30 days no contest, 21 days no contact

Stephan Bonnar: 45 days no contest, 30 days no contact

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