UFC 152: Jones vs. Belfort medical suspensions


The UFC 152 medical suspensions list was released today by the Ontario Athletic Commission.

There was plenty of blood this past weekend at UFC 152: Jones vs. Belfort. However, the most notable injury coming out of the card was Jon Jones’ elbow. During the main event Vitor Belfort slapped on a tight arm-bar which had the champ in trouble. According to Belfort, when he heard the arm pop, Jones was then able to escape.

That submission attempt has now left the champ sidelined indefinitely. Belfort was also suspended 30-days for the cut above his eye.

Other notable suspensions were Charles Oliveira (indefinite) and Roger Hollett (indefinite).

Check out the full list of UFC 152 medical suspensions below. (Thanks to

Kyle Noke: 14 days rest
Charlie Brenneman: Indefinite; needs MRI for medical clearance (minimum 60 day suspension)

Michel Gagnon: 14 days rest
Walel Watson: 14 days rest

Seth Baczynski: 14 days rest
Simeon Thoresen: Indefinite; needs MRI for medical clearance (minimum 60 day suspension)

Marcus Brimage: 14 days rest
James Hettes: 14 days rest

Sean Pierson: 14 days rest
Lance Benoist: 30 days rest; forehead laceration

T.J. Grant: 14 days rest
Evan Dunham: 60 day suspension; deep cut on forehead

Vinny Magalhaes: 14 days rest
Igor Pokrajac: 30 day suspension

Cub Swanson: 14 days rest
Charles Oliveira: Indefinite suspension; needs CT/MRI for medical clearance (minimum 60 day suspension)

Matt Hamill: 14 days rest
Roger Hollett: Indefinite suspension; needs x-ray of left hand for medical clearance (minimum 30 day suspension)

Michael Bisping: 14 days rest
Brian Stann: 14 days rest

Demetrious Johnson: 14 days rest
Joseph Benavidez: 30 days suspension; cut over left eye

Jon Jones: Indefinite suspension; needs x-ray of right arm for medical clearance (minimum 14 day suspension)
Vitor Belfort: 30 days rest; laceration over eye

Fighters do have the opportunity to train early, if cleared by a physician.

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