The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) headed down to Norfolk, Virginia on Saturday, Nov. 11, for an exciting night of fights. The mixed martial arts promotion hosted UFC Fight Night 120 for the Virginia crowd from the Ted Constant Convocation Center. The main event featured a bloody war between former UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis and Dustin Poirier. Poirier ultimately came out with the victory over the former champion.
Of course, the night’s headliner was not the only fight that had the Virginia crowd on their feet. Matt Brown earned a highlight reel worthy knockout finish over fellow MMA veteran Diego Sanchez in the night’s co-main event. Clay Guida also put on a dominant performance in Norfolk with a first round stoppage over Joe Lauzon. With the exciting night of fights now in the books, the time has come to take a look at the medical suspensions for UFC Fight Night 120.
The Virginia Department of Professional & Occupational Regulation dealt out lengthy suspensions to some of the night’s competitors. Check out the full list of suspensions down below, as provided by MMA Fighting.
Nate Marquardt: 180 days/30-day minimum or cleared by face CT
Raphael Assuncao: 180 days/30-day minimum or cleared by x-ray of right ankle
John Dodson: 180 days or cleared by x-ray of left hand
Nina Ansaroff: 180 days/30 day-minimum or cleared by MRI of left knee
Anthony Pettis: 60 days
Diego Sanchez: 60 days
Cezar Ferreira: 60 days
Matthew Lopez: 60 days (KO)
Joe Lauzon: 45 days
Court McGee: 45 days
Dustin Poirier: 30 days
Junior Albini: 30 days
Marlon Moraes: 30 days
Michel Quinones: 30 days