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UFC 174 medical suspensions: Three fighters potentially out for 180 days

A number of fighters received medical suspensions in the wake of UFC 174 last Saturday.

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UFC 174 saw some limbs breaking and swollen faces, so it's no surprise that there are a few notable medical suspensions coming out of the event. The British Columbia Athletic Commission released the suspensions to MMA Junkie, and the biggest one is probably the 180-day term that Ryan Jimmo received due to the broken arm he suffered in his bout with Ovince St. Preux. Valerie Letourneau and Tae Hyun Bang also received 180-day suspensions, while Brendan Schaub got a 90-day stay on the sidelines. Here's a look at the full list:


Ali Bagautinov: Suspended 30 days with no contact for 30 days.

Rory MacDonald: 14-day mandatory suspension; additionally, must follow up with general practitioner before returning.

Andrei Arlovski: Suspended 30 days with no contact for 14 days.

Brendan Schaub: Suspended 90 days with no contact for 60 days due to left eyelid laceration and suture on right side of face. Additionally, must have CT scan of head and a doctor’s clearance before returning to training or competition.

Ryan Jimmo: Suspended 180 days with no contact for 180 days due to fractured right forearm. Additionally, must be cleared by orthopedic surgeon before returning.

Daniel Sarafian: 14-day mandatory suspension; additionally, must follow up with regular physician before returning.

Valerie Letourneau: Suspended 180 days with no contact for 30 days. Additionally, must have left orbital cleared by doctor before returning.

Mike Easton: 14-day mandatory suspension; additionally, must have left thumb assessed by doctor before returning to training.

Tae Hyun Bang: Suspended indefinitely with no contact for 180 days. Must have nose cleared by doctor before returning to training or competition.

Kajan Johnson: Suspended 60 days with no contact for 45 days due to knockout loss. Additionally, must follow up with general practitioner before returning to training.

Roland Delorme: Suspended 30 days with no contact for 21 days.