Uriah Hall was one of five UFC Fight Night competitors to receive a six-month suspension. | Jeff Sherwood/Sherdog.com
Uriah Hall could be facing six months on the sidelines following his first-round technical knockout of Ron Stallings at UFC Fight Night “McGregor vs. Siver”.
Hall must pass a medical exam to clear a potential injury to his right knee in order to have his suspension reduced. Meanwhile, Stallings is suspended for 60 days as a result of the cut he suffered in the main card bout.
The Massachusetts State Athletic Commission recently released a list of medical suspensions from the event to Sherdog.com on Wednesday. All suspension terms are retroactive to the date of the card, which took place at the TD Garden in Boston on Jan. 18.
Conor McGregor escaped his main event clash with Dennis Siver unscathed, clearing the way for his impending bout with Jose Aldo. In addition, co-headliners Donald Cerrone and Benson Henderson didn’t receive any sort of suspension.
Four other fighters are facing potential six month layoffs: Johnny Case, Patrick Holohan, Matt Van Buren and Tateki Matsuda.
UFC Fight Night “McGregor vs. Siver” Medical Suspensions:
Dennis Siver: Suspended 60 days
Uriah Hall: Suspended 180 days pending medical clearance of right knee
Ron Stallings: Suspended 60 days
Patrick Holohan: Suspended 180 days pending medical clearance of left ankle
Gleison Tibau: Suspended 45 days for laceration
John Howard: Suspended 45 days, 30 days no contact, requires PCP clearance
Johnny Case: Suspended 180 days pending medical clearance of ribs
Frankie Perez: Suspended 30 days
Charles Rosa: Suspended 60 days, 30 days no contact, requires PCP clearance
Sean O'Connell: Suspended 30 days for laceration
Matt Van Buren: Suspended 180 days pending medical clearance of nasal passage, if cleared, suspended 45 days, 30 days no contact
Joby Sanchez: Suspended 30 days if CT scan is normal, requires left orbital clearance from physician
Tateki Matsuda: Suspended 180 days pending clearance of right knee and foot