Thiago Santos, Johnny Walker Facing Medical Suspensions Following UFC Vegas 38

Thiago Santos and Johnny Walker have been ruled out of action for six months on medical grounds if the tests they undergo come out positive.

Santos won the light heavyweight bout via decision at UFC Vegas 38 on Saturday night.

Here’s a list of medical suspensions following Saturday’s event:

  • Thiago Santos: The fighter has been asked to undergo X-rays on left ring finger, left foot, left knee and left ribs. He can’t compete until November 2.
  • Johnny Walker: He must have X-ray of left foot. Minimum suspension until November 2 .
  • Kevin Holland (lower lip laceration): The middleweight has been suspended until November 2.
  • Niko Price: He must undergo X-ray for left knee. Minimum suspension will last till October 24
  • Alex Oliveira: The fighter has been Suspended until November 2.
  • Krzysztof Jotko: Must have X-ray of left foot. He can’t contest until October 24.
  • Misha Cirkunov: She’s suspended until Nov. 2
  • Mike Breeden: The Money’s suspended until Nov. 17
  • Jared Gordon (head laceration): Gordon has been suspended until Oct. 24
  • Joe Solecki (forehead laceration): The fighter will remain out of action till Nov. 2
  • Antonina Shevchenko (facial abrasions): She’s suspended until Nov. 17
  • Bethe Correira: She will remain out of action until Nov. 17
  • Jamie Mullarkey (chipped tooth #9): The fighter has been suspended until Nov. 2
  • Devonte Smith: He should have right orbital fracture cleared by an ophthalmologist or Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) doctor. If it comes back positive, he can’t contest until April 1, 2022. Minimum suspension will last till Nov. 17.
  • Gaetano Pirrello: He’s been suspended until Nov. 17
  • Shanna Young: The fighter has been ruled out until Oct. 24
  • Alejandro Perez (forehead laceration): He has been suspended until Nov. 2.
  • Johnny Eduardo (right orbital fracture): He must have right orbital fracture cleared by Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) doctor or no contest until April 1, 2022. Minimum suspension until Oct. 24.
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