UFC 164 Suspensions Report: 12 Fights Forced On The Shelf
The damage has been assessed from the weekend’s UFC 164: Henderson vs. Pettis 2 held in Milwaukee, Wis.
Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services submitted the official results and suspensions for the event.
New UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis is suspended indefinitely and must provide clearance by physician of left knee. Benson Henderson is suspended for 180 days or clear x-ray and MRI of right elbow. Pettis earned the title with a brilliant arm bar of Henderson.
The rest of the walking wounded is as follows:
Al Iaquinta suspended for 45 days; lacerations to nose an upper left eye lid
Nikita Krylov suspended for 30 days; mandatory for TKO
Soa Palelei suspended for 30 days; mandatory for lacaerations
Soa Palelei suspended for 180 days; or clear x-ray of ribs
Pascal Krauss suspended for 60 days; mandatory rest for left ankle
Pascal Krauss suspended for 180 days; or clear x-ray of left ankle
Dustin Porier suspended for 45 days; mandatory rest for laceration to left cheek
Eric Koch suspended for 30 days; mandatory rest for lacerations
Brandon Vera suspended for 30 days; mandatory rest for TKO
Clay Guida suspended for 30 days; mandatory rest for TKO
Frank Mir suspended for 30 days; mandatory rest for TKO