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Old 02-04-2013, 07:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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UFC 156 medical suspensions

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UFC 156 medical suspensions: Three winners lead cast of 13 ordered off

by MMAjunkie.com Staff on Feb 04, 2013 at 6:05 pm ET

Thirteen fighters from this past weekend's UFC 156 event received medical suspensions, including fight winners Antonio Rogerio Nogueira, Evan Dunham and Francisco Rivera.

MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com) recently requested and today received the list of suspensions from the Nevada State Athletic Commission, which regulated the event.



UFC 156 took place Feb. 2 at Las Vegas' Mandalay Bay Events Center. The main card aired on pay-per-view following prelims on FX and Facebook.

In the main event, featherweight champion Jose Aldo defended his belt with a unanimous-decision win over Edgar, who received a suspension of six months for a potential left orbital fracture. "The Answer" can be released early by a maxillofacial doctor.

Nogueira, victorious over Rashad Evans in the evening's co-main event, received an indefinite suspension for a potential injury to his right eye and must be cleared by an ophthalmologist.

Other notable suspension include potential six-month orders for preliminary card winners Francisco Rivera and Evan Dunham. Rivera's injuries were to his right wrist and hand, while Dunham may have suffered a right orbital blowout fracture. Both can be cleared early with additional testing.

The full list of UFC 156 medical suspensions includes:
Antonio Rogerio Nogueira: Suspended indefinitely until cleared by ophthalmologist for potential right eye injury
Frankie Edgar: Suspended until Aug. 2 for potential left orbital fracture, can be cleared early by a maxillofacial doctor following a CT scan; minimum suspension until April 4 with no contact in training until March 20
Francisco Rivera: Suspended until Aug. 2 for potential right hand/wrist injury, can be cleared early by an orthopedic doctor following an X-ray; minimum suspension until March 20 with no contact in training until March 5
Evan Dunham: Suspended until Aug. 2 for right orbital blowout fracture, can be cleared early by an ophthalmologist or plastic surgeon; minimum suspension until Feb. 24 with no contact in training until Feb. 17
Jay Hieron: Suspended until April 4 with no contact in training until March 20 for precautionary reasons
Alistair Overeem: Suspended until March 20 with no contact in training until March 5 for precautionary reasons
Antonio Silva: Suspended until March 5 with no contact in training until Feb. 24 due to chin laceration
Jacob Volkmann: Suspended until March 5 with no contact in training until Feb. 24 due to right eye contusion
Yves Edwards: Suspended until March 5 with no contact in training until Feb. 24 due to left eye laceration
Joseph Benavidez: Suspended until Feb. 24 with no contact in training until Feb. 17 due to forehead laceration
Gleison Tibau: Suspended until Feb. 24 with no contact in training until Feb. 17 for precautionary reasons
Chico Camus: Suspended until Feb. 24 with no contact in training until Feb. 17 for precautionary reasons
Edwin Figueroa: Suspended until Feb. 24 with no contact in training until Feb. 17 due to left eye laceration

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