Five Fighters Get Six-Month Suspensions After UFC 232

Five fighters will miss a potential six months of action following December 29th’s UFC 232 event, as the California State Athletic Commission released their medical suspension report on Monday.

At the top of the list are UFC heavyweights Walt Harris and Andrei Arlovski, who faced off in the final prelim fight of the December 29th card from The Forum in Inglewood, California.

Harris (left knee) and Arlovski (nose) are to seek doctor’s clearance or sit out for 180 days per a report sent to FIGHT SPORTS by the commission on Monday evening.

Joining the heavyweights with a potential six month stint on the bench are Douglas Silva de Andrade, Curtis Millender, and Siyar Bahadurzada.

The complete list of UFC 232’s medical suspensions can be seen below.

Walt Harris: Suspended 180 days or must be cleared by physician for possible fracture to left knee
Andrei Arlovski: Suspended 180 days or must be cleared by physician for possible fracture to nose
Douglas Silva de Andrade: Suspended 180 days or must be cleared by physician for possible fractures; suspended 60 days or must be cleared by physician for laceration to left eye; regardless suspended 45 days no contest, 30 days no contact
Curtis Millender: Suspended 180 days or must be cleared by physician due to possible fracture to right elbow
Siyar Bahadurzada: Suspended 180 days or must be cleared by physician due to possible fracture to jaw and left knee
Ilir Latifi: Suspended 60 days or must be cleared by physician due to laceration to left eyelid
Alexander Volkanovski: Suspended 60 days or must be cleared by physician due to laceration to left eyebrow
Alexander Gustafssson: Suspended 45 days no contest, 30 days no contact due to KO
Cris Cyborg: Suspended 45 days no contest, 30 days no contact due to KO
Chad Mendes: Suspended 45 days no contest, 30 days no contact due to TKO
Cat Zingano: Suspended 45 days no contest, 30 days no contact due to TKO; seven-day mandatory suspension due to eye injury — corneal abrasion
Bevon Lewis: Suspended 45 days no contest, 30 days no contact due to KO

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