UFC 152 Medical Suspensions: Jon Jones Suspended Indefinitely
UFC 152 took place on Saturday, September 22 from the Air Canada Centre in Toronto. The fight card saw more than half of the fights end with the underdogs walking away with victories, including two of the three “Fight Night” bonus winners.
The bonus winners, T.J. Grant for “Fight of the Night” and Cub Swanson for “Knockout of the Night” had some pretty heavy odds stacked against them going into UFC 152. Other underdogs that prevailed were Kyle Noke, Mitch Gagnon, Marcus Brimage, Sean Pierson, Vinny Magalhaes and the newly crowned flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson.
The evening’s main event also looked very close to resulting in an upset when Vitor Belfort worked an armbar on Jon Jones early in the first round of their bout. Jones would shake free and go on to dominate the rest of the fight en route to a fourth round submission victory.
Every fighter on the card was medically suspended for 14 days; those that were suspended longer are listed below (via MMAJunkie.com)
Jon Jones received an indefinite suspension, but can be cleared with an X-ray of his right arm.
Vitor Belfort was suspended for 30 days rest due to a laceration over his eye.
Joseph Benavidez was suspended for 30 days suspension due to a laceration over his eye.
Roger Hollett was suspended for a minimum of 30 days and indefinitely pending an X-ray of his left hand.
Charles Oliveira was suspended for a minimum of 60 days and indefinitely pending CT/MRI.
Igor Pokrajac was suspended for 30 days for precautionary reasons.
Lance Benoist was suspended for 30 days due to a forehead laceration.
Simeon Thoresen was suspended for a minimum of 60 days and indefinitely pending an MRI.
Charlie Brenneman was suspended for a minimum of 60 days indefinitely pending an MRI.
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