Dillashaw Gets 30 Day Medical Suspension

TJ Dillashaw will have to wait at least 30 days until he is able to train or fight, following the medical suspensions handed down by the New York State Athletic Commission.

Dillashaw is one of 14 fighters who have been shelved for 30 days following January 19th’s event from Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

Topping the list would be Alexander Hernandez, who would be forced to sit out 60-days following his second round TKO loss to Donald Cerrone in the main event of ESPN’s prelim card. Also sitting at 60-days is Karl Roberson who would submit to Glover Teixeira on the event’s main card on ESPN+

A complete list of UFC Brooklyn’s medical suspensions can be seen below.

Karl Roberson: 60 days
Alexander Hernandez: 60 days
Belal Muhammad: 60 days
Vinicius Moreira: 45 days
T.J. Dillashaw: 30 days
Allen Crowder: 30 days
Yancy Medeiros: 30 days
Dustin Ortiz: 30 days
Rachael Ostovich: 30 days
Joanne Calderwood: 30 days
Ariane Lipski: 30 days
Cory Sandhagen: 30 days
Mario Bautista: 30 days
Dennis Bermudez: 30 days
Te Edwards: 30 days
Kyle Stewart: 30 days
Paige VanZant: 14 days
Chance Rencountre: 14 days
Henry Cejudo: 7 days
Greg Hardy: 7 days
Gregor Gillespie: 7 days
Joseph Benavidez: 7 days
Glover Teixeira: 7 days
Donald Cerrone: 7 days
Alonzo Menifield: 7 days
Geoff Neal: 7 days

Initial Report: MMA Fighting

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