The California State Athletic Commission released the medical suspensions for the fighters that took part in last night’s Strikeforce: Rousey vs. Kaufman event.
Only 8 of the fighters on the card received medical suspensions.
The largest of them were Julie Kedzie and Ovince St. Preux, who were both suspended for 180 days.
Kedzie took on Miesha Tate on the preliminary card and was extremely close to pulling off the biggest win of her career. That was before Tate grabbed her arm and secured a tight armbar to finish the fight late in the third round.
St. Preux came up on the winning end, when he knocked out TJ Cook in the third round. The fight looked to be over early in the first, however Cook kept pushing forward. Finally, in the third a left hook crushed Cook and knocked him out cold.
Full list of Strikeforce: Rousey vs. Kaufman medical suspensions below (thanks to Sherdog.com)
Derek Brunson: Suspended 45 days (no contact for 30 days) for knockout
Lumumba Sayers: Suspended 60 days (no contact for 60 days) for cuts on right eye and left scalp
T.J. Cook: Suspended 45 days (no contact for 30 days) for knockout and indefinitely or until cleared by doctor for possible neck fracture
Ovince St. Preux: Suspended 180 days (no contact for 180 days) for painful left thumb injury
Julie Kedzie: Suspended 180 days (no contact for 180 days) or until cleared by doctor for possible left shoulder rotator cuff injury.
Miesha Tate: Suspended 45 days (no contact for 30 days) for hard bout.
Keith Berry: Suspended 45 days (no contact for 30 days) for TKO and indefinitely or until cleared by doctor for hyper extension to left knee.
Hiroko Yamanaka: Suspended for 60 days (no contact for 60 days) for cut to right interior eye.
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