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UFC 210 Medical Suspensions

Check out who’s been given medical suspensions from UFC 210.

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Last weekend UFC returned to New York for UFC 210 for the highly anticipated rematch between Daniel Cormier and Anthony Johnson, the co-main event was an important battle in the middleweight division between Chris Weidman and Gegard Mousasi which ended quite controversially.

Below you can see all medical suspensions from the event courtesy of MMAMania.

Daniel Cormier: Suspended minimum 45 days pending NYSAC clearance

Chris Weidman: Suspended minimum 45 days pending NYSAC clearance

Patrick Cote: Suspended 45 days

Mike De La Torre: Suspended minimum 45 days pending NYSAC clearance

Josh Emmett: Suspended minimum 45 days pending NYSAC clearance

Anthony Johnson: Suspended minimum 30 days pending NYSAC clearance

Pearl Gonzalez: Suspended minimum 30 days pending NYSAC clearance

Will Brooks: Suspended minimum 30 days pending NYSAC clearance

Sean Strickland: Suspended minimum 30 days pending NYSAC clearance

Shane Burgos: Suspended minimum 30 days pending NYSAC clearance

Charles Rosa: Suspended minimum 30 days pending NYSAC clearance

Patrick Cummins: Suspended minimum 30 days pending NYSAC clearance

Jan Blachowicz: Suspended minimum 30 days pending NYSAC clearance

Andrew Holbrook: Suspended minimum 30 days pending NYSAC clearance

Jenel Lausa: Suspended minimum 30 days pending NYSAC clearance

Kamaru Usman: Suspended 14 days

Keep in mind that many fighters who receive a medical suspension don’t necessarily sit out the entire time once doctors give the go-ahead many fighters look for the next fight with the lengthy suspension used as a precaution in most cases.

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