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UFC 108 medical suspensions
The full list of medical suspensions from this past weekends UFC 108 have been released.
Only six fighters received suspensions following the event. Co-main event participant Dustin “McLovin’” Hazelett received the longest suspension after suffering a first-round knockout loss to Paul “Semtex” Daley.
Here is the complete list of UFC 108 Medical Suspensions:
• Dustin Hazelett is suspended until March 4 with no contact until Feb. 2 at a minimum. He must have right orbital blowout and nasal fractures cleared by oral, maximal, facial surgeon, or ophthalmologist or he is suspended until July 2.
• Sam Stout is suspended until Feb. 2 with no contact until Jan. 23 for a left forehead laceration.
• Gilbert Yvel is suspended until Feb. 2 with no contact until Jan. 23.
• Jacob Volkmann is suspended until Feb. 2 with no contact until Jan. 23.
• Mark Munoz is suspended until Jan. 23 with no contact until Jan. 16 at a minimum. He must have right hand, wrist and elbow x-rayed and cleared by an orthopedic doctor or he is suspended until July 2.
• Mike Pyle is suspended until Feb. 2 with no contact until Jan. 2.