UFC Brooklyn Medical Suspensions: Alexander Hernandez Gets 60 Days After TKO Defeat

By Tristen Critchfield Jan 23, 2019

Alexander Hernandez was one of three fighters from UFC Fight Night Brooklyn to receive a 60-day medical suspension.

The New York State Athletic Commission released a list of medical suspensions from the event on Wednesday. Hernandez suffered a technical knockout loss to Donald Cerrone thanks to a head kick and follow-up punches at the 3:42 mark of round two in a preliminary lightweight contest. The NYSAC does not reveal the specific nature of its suspensions. Cerrone was given a mandatory seven-day sit.

UFC Fight Night 143 took place at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., on Jan. 19 and saw Henry Cejudo defeat T.J. Dillashaw by technical knockout in 32 seconds in the evening’s main event. Dillashaw will be sidelined 30 days, while Cejudo got the mandatory minimum suspension.

Karl Roberson, who was submitted in the opening round by Glover Teixeira, and Belal Muhammad, who lost a decision to Geoff Neal, where the only other two competitors from the card to receive 60-day suspensions.

UFC Fight Night 143 Medical Suspensions:

Henry Cejudo: 7 days

T.J. Dillashaw: 30 days

Greg Hardy: 7 days

Allen Crowder: 30 days

Gregor Gillespie: 7 days

Yancy Medeiros: 30 days

Joseph Benavidez: 7 days

Dustin Ortiz: 30 days

Paige VanZant: 14 days

Rachael Ostovich: 30 days

Glover Teixeira: 7 days

Karl Roberson: 60 days

Alexander Hernandez: 60 days

Donald Cerrone: 7 days

Joanne Calderwood: 30 days

Ariane Lipski: 30 days

Alonzo Menifield: 7 days

Vinicius Alves Moreira: 45 days

Cory Sandhagen: 30 days

Mario Bautista: 30 days

Dennis Bermudez: 30 days

Te Edwards: 30 days

Belal Muhammad: 60 days

Geoff Neal: 7 days

Kyle Stewart: 30 days

Chance Rencountre: 14 days


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