Two Fighters Indefinitely Suspended After UFC Philly
Paul Craig may have won at UFC’s return to Philadelphia last Saturday, but the light heavyweight is one of two fighters who has been handed an indefinite medical suspension.
Released by the Pennsylvania Athletic Commission on Monday, Craig is joined by strawweight Jessica Aguilar as the only fighters given an indefinite suspension after Saturday’s fights at Wells Fargo Center.
Edson Barboza (90 days), Michael Johnson (60 days), Josh Emmett (45 days), Marina Rodriguez (45 days), Ross Pearson (45 days), and Sabina Mazo (45 days), join Craig and Aguilar as the only fighters suspended more than 30 days.
UFC Philadelphia took place March 30 at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The night’s main card aired live on ESPN.
A complete list of UFC Philadelphia’s medical suspensions can be seen below.
Paul Craig: Suspended indefinitely, requires doctor’s clearance
Jessica Aguilar: Suspended indefinitely, requires doctor’s clearance
Edson Barboza: Suspended 90 days
Michael Johnson: Suspended 60 days
Josh Emmett: Suspended 45 days
Marina Rodriguez: Suspended 45 days
Ross Pearson: Suspended 45 days
Sabina Mazo: Suspended 45 days
Justin Gaethje: Suspended 30 days
Kennedy Nzechukwu: Suspended 30 days
Sodiq Yusuff: Suspended 30 days
Sheymon Moraes: Suspended 30 days
Enrique Barzola: Suspended 30 days
Ray Borg: Suspended 30 days
Alex Perez: Suspended 30 days