The medical suspension for this past weekend’s UFC Fight Night 25 event in Lousiana have now been released.

Most fighters escaped a lengthy suspension, with the worst off being Shamar Bailey who suffered through three tough rounds against Evan Dunham which lead to ‘facial trauma’ and Lance Benoist who won his fight but suffered what is described as ‘a severe cut’ on the nost which required 12 stitches. Both men will now have to sit out the next 60 days.

Check out the full medical suspension list below.

  • Shamar Bailey: Suspended for 60 days due to facial trauma, tough fight
  • Lance Benoist: Suspended for 60 days due to severe cut that required 12 stitches
  • Jake Shields: Suspended for 30 days due to TKO
  • Jason MacDonald: Suspended for 30 days due to TKO
  • Jake Ellenberger: Suspended for 7 days for precautionary reasons
  • Court McGee: Suspended for 7 days for precautionary reasons
  • Dongi Yang: Suspended for 7 days for precautionary reasons
  • Erik Koch: Suspended for 7 days for precautionary reasons
  • Jonathan Brookins: Suspended for 7 days for precautionary reasons
  • Alan Belcher: Suspended for 7 days for precautionary reasons
  • Vagner Rocha: Suspended for 7 days for precautionary reasons
  • Cody McKenzie: Suspended for 7 days for precautionary reasons
  • Evan Dunham: Suspended for 7 days for precautionary reasons
  • Matt Riddle: Suspended for 7 days for precautionary reasons
  • Ken Stone: Suspended for 7 days for precautionary reasons
  • Donny Walker: Suspended for 7 days for precautionary reasons
  • Seth Baczynski: Suspended for 7 days for precautionary reasons
  • Clay Harvison: Suspended for 7 days for precautionary reasons
  • T.J. Waldburger: Suspended for 7 days for precautionary reasons
  • Mike Stumpf: Suspended for 7 days for precautionary reasons
  • Robert Peralta: Suspended for 7 days for precautionary reasons
  • Mike Lullo: Suspended for 7 days for precautionary reasons
  • Justin Edwards: Suspended for 7 days for precautionary reasons
  • Jorge Lopez: Suspended for 7 days for precautionary reasons

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