TJ Dillashaw Potentially Out For Six Months After Cory Sandhagen Fight

It seems that the UFC fans will have to wait for a while to see TJ Dillashaw get into the octagon after overwhelming Cory Sandhagen on his return at UFC Vegas 32. The former two-time bantamweight champion is facing medical suspension by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) for six months which means that he will get his UFC fight in early 2022.

Despite winning in a tight fight against Sandhagen, Dillashaw looked in a bad shape with a gruesome cut on his eyebrow and multiple tears in his left knee.

Other fighters facing suspensions after UFC Vegas 32 are:
• Raulian Paiva (left eye and nose lacerations): Suspended until Sept. 8
• Kyler Phillips: Suspended until Sept. 8
• Darren Elkins (forehead laceration): Suspended until Sept. 8
• Darrick Minner: Suspended until Aug. 24
• Miranda Maverick: Suspended until Aug. 25
• Adrian Yanez (nose and nasal bridge laceration): Minimum suspension/no contest until Aug. 24 and no contact until Aug. 15
• Randy Costa: Suspended until Sept. 8
• Punahele Soriano: Suspended until Aug. 24 and no contact until Aug. 15
• Ian Heinisch (left eyebrow laceration): Suspended until Sept. 8
• Jordan Williams (left eyelid laceration): Suspended until Aug. 24
• Julio Arce (right upper cheek laceration): Suspended until Aug. 24
• Andre Ewell: Suspended until Aug. 24
• Elise Reed: Suspended until Sept. 8
• Hannah Goldy (left eye contusion): Suspended until Aug. 24

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