In the aftermath of UFC 162, it was announced Monday that Anderson Silva will receive a 45-day medical suspension.
The suspension ends on Aug. 21, according to the Nevada state athletic commission, which released the information to the media.
Silva’s 16-fight UFC win streak and 10 title defenses came to a crashing halt at the hands of Chris Wideman with a second round KO.
Kazuki Tokudume was given the longest suspension with a right orbital blowout fracture cleared by a doctor or ophthalmologist, or stay out of the cage until Jan. 3, 2014.
Dennis Siver was roughed up in his TKO loss to Cub Swanson. He will be out of action until early October.
The entire list of suspensions is as follows:
Anderson Silva – suspended until 8/21; no contact until 8/6
Charles Oliveira – suspended until 8/6; no contact until 7/28
Tim Boetsch – suspended until 8/6; no contact until 7/28
Dennis Siver – suspended until 10/5; no contact until 9/5
Kazuki Tokudome – must have right orbital blowout fracture cleared by an ENT or ophthalmologist or no contact until 1/3/14; minimum no contest until 8/21; no contact until 8/6
Dave Herman – suspended until 8/21; no contact until 8/6
Rafaello Oliveira – suspended until 8/21; no contact until 8/6 for left knee pain
Seth Baczynski – suspended until 8/6; no contact until 7/28 for right eyebrow and nose lacerations
David Mitchell – must have post-concussion clearance from a sports medicine doctor; minimum suspension no contest until 10/5; no contact until 9/5