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UFC Minneapolis medical suspensions: Six-month layoffs for Greene and Moreira

The medical suspensions are out for UFC Minneapolis, and two fighters face potential six-month layoffs.

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Two fighters at UFC Minneapolis face potential six-month layoffs. Maurice Greene extended his UFC winning streak to three with a first-round knockout of Junior Albini. However, the ‘Crochet Boss’ will be suspended for a minimum of 30-days, and will require clearance from a physician before returning to the cage pending the results of an x-ray. Meanwhile, Vincius Moreira faces a six-month suspension as he requires a CT scan after being knocked out by Eryk Anders.

The list of medical suspensions for the card has been released by the Minnesota Office of Combative Sports. Here is the complete breakdown of for UFC Minneapolis, courtesy of MMA Fighting.

Francis Ngannou: 14-day mandatory rest period
Junior dos Santos: 45-day medical suspension

Jussier Formiga: 45-day medical suspension
Joseph Benavidez: 30-day medical suspension

Demian Maia: 14-day mandatory rest period
Anthony Rocco Martin: 14-day mandatory rest period

Roosevelt Roberts: 14-day mandatory rest period
Vinc Pichel: 14-day mandatory rest period

Drew Dober: 14-day mandatory rest period
Marco Polo Reyes: 45-day medical suspension

Alonzo Menifield: 14-day mandatory rest period
Paul Craig: 90-day medical suspension

Ricardo Ramos: 14-day mandatory rest period
Journey Newson: 30-day medical suspension

Eryk Anders: 14-day mandatory rest period
Vinicius Moreira: 180-day medical suspension (60-day minimum, requires clear CT scan)

Jared Gordon: 30-day medical suspension
Dan Moret: 30-day medical suspension

Dalcha Lungiambula: 14-day mandatory rest period
Dequan Townsend: 45-day medical suspension

Emily Whitmire: 14-day mandatory rest period
Amanda Ribas: 14-day mandatory rest period

Maurice Greene: 180-day medical suspension (30-day minimum, requires x-rays)
Junior Albini: 45-day medical suspension

UFC Minneapolis took place on June 29th at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Francis Ngannou knocked out Junior Dos Santos in just 71-seconds in the main event.