Koscheck, Stevenson Receive 60-Day Medical Suspensions

By Mike Whitman Dec 18, 2010
All 22 fighters who participated in UFC 124 “St. Pierre vs. Koscheck” have been issued medical suspensions by the Quebec Athletic Commission.

The show, which took place Dec. 11 at the Bell Centre in Montreal, was headlined by a one-sided main event between welterweight king Georges St. Pierre and Josh Koscheck (Pictured). The savvy champion used a jackhammer-like jab to break Koscheck’s orbital bone and close his right eye en route to an easy five-round decision. Koscheck received a 60-day suspension.

Also on the shelf for two months will be main card competitor Joe Stevenson, who fell victim to a beautiful Mac Danzig counter hook in the first round of their lightweight tilt.

Dan Miller, Joe Doerksen and Sean Pierson were all suspended for 45 days following hard-fought contests. The remainder of the event’s combatants received suspensions not longer than 30 days.

UFC 124 Medical Suspensions:

• 60 Days: Josh Koscheck, Joe Stevenson

• 45 Days: Dan Miller, Joe Doerksen, Sean Pierson

• 30 Days: Sean McCorkle, John Howard, Rafael Natal, Matt Riddle, T.J. Grant, Pat Audinwood

• 28 Days: Georges St. Pierre

• 21 Days: Thiago Alves, Jesse Bongfeldt

• 14 Days: Ricardo Almeida, John Makdessi

• 7 Days: Stefan Struve, Jim Miller, Charles Oliveira, Mac Danzig, Dustin Hazelett, Mark Bocek
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