UFC 230 Medical Suspensions: Chris Weidman Gets 90 Days After Knockout Loss

By Tristen Critchfield Nov 6, 2018

Chris Weidman will be sidelined 90 days following his third-round knockout loss to Ronaldo Souza in the UFC 230 co-main event.

The New York State Athletic Commission released a full list of medical suspensions from this past Saturday’s card, which took place at Madison Square Garden. Weidman and Ben Saunders, who fell to Lyman Good via first-round knockout, received the longest terms of anyone at UFC 230.

The NYSAC does not specify the injuries related to each suspension. Everyone who competed UFC 230 received at least a mandatory seven-day sit.

UFC 230 saw Daniel Cormier retain his heavyweight crown with a third-round submission of Derrick Lewis in the evening’s main event. Cormier was suspended seven days, while Lewis received a 30-day term from the NYSAC.

Additionally, Brian Kelleher was handed a 30-day administrative suspension after withdrawing from a proposed bantamweight clash against Montel Jackson on the day of the event due to illness.

UFC 230 Medical Suspensions:

Daniel Cormier: 7 Days

Derrick Lewis: 30 Days

Christopher Weidman: 90 Days

Jacare Souza: 30 Days

David Branch: 30 Days

Jared Cannonier: 14 Days

Karl Roberson: 14 Days

Jack Marshman: 60 Days

Israel Adesanya: 7 Days

Derek Brunson: 45 Days

Jason Knight: 7 Days

Jordan Rinaldi: 30 Days

Sijara Eubanks: 7 Days

Roxanne Modafferi: 30 Days

Julio Arce: 30 Days

Sheymon Moraes: 7 Days

Lyman Good: 7 Days

Ben Saunders: 90 Days

Matt Frevola: 30 Days

Lando Vannata: 60 Days

Shane Burgos: 7 Days

Kurt Holobaugh: 7 Days

Adam Wieczorek: 30 Days

Marcos Rogerio de Lima: 7 Days


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