UFC Philadelphia medical suspensions: Two fighters obtain potential indefinite suspensions

Two fighters have been issued prolonged medical suspensions within the aftermath of UFC Philadelphia.

The Pennsylvania State Athletic Fee launched the occasion’s finalized medical suspension report on Monday.

Gentle heavyweight winner Paul Craig, who defeated Kennedy Nzechukwu through harrowing third-round submission, and strawweight veteran Jessica Aguilar, who suffered a call loss to Marina Rodriguez, had been the 2 fighters issued doubtlessly indefinite suspensions by the fee. Because of potential injury sustained of their respective contests, each Craig and Aguilar might be pressured to hunt medical clearance earlier than returning to energetic competitors, per fee officers.

Aside from Craig and Aguilar, six different fighters on the cardboard obtained medical suspensions lasting longer than 30 days: Edson Barboza (90 days), Michael Johnson (60 days), Josh Emmett (45 days), Marina Rodriguez (45 days), Ross Pearson (45 days), and Sabina Mazo (45 days).

UFC Philadelphia befell March 30 on the Wells Fargo Heart in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The night time’s foremost card aired dwell on ESPN.

A whole record of UFC Philadelphia’s medical suspensions may be seen beneath.

Paul Craig: Suspended indefinitely, requires physician’s clearance
Jessica Aguilar: Suspended indefinitely, requires physician’s clearance
Edson Barboza: Suspended 90 days
Michael Johnson: Suspended 60 days
Josh Emmett: Suspended 45 days
Marina Rodriguez: Suspended 45 days
Ross Pearson: Suspended 45 days
Sabina Mazo: Suspended 45 days

Justin Gaethje: Suspended 30 days
Kennedy Nzechukwu: Suspended 30 days

Sodiq Yusuff: Suspended 30 days

Sheymon Moraes: Suspended 30 days

Enrique Barzola: Suspended 30 days

Ray Borg: Suspended 30 days

Alex Perez: Suspended 30 days

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