UFC 192 Medical Suspensions Report: Gustafsson Draws Potential 6-Month Term

Alexander Gustafsson

“UFC 192: Cormier vs. Gustafsson” is in the books and there are several fighters who walked out of the octagon banged up in Houston, Texas. Perhaps none more so than Alexander Gustafsson who left it all in the cage for the opportunity to call himself the UFC Light Heavyweight Champion.

Unfortunately for “The Mauler”, Daniel Cormier was at the top of his game and had a counter for everything Gus threw at him. It was one of the most entertaining fights of the year, but also one of the most physically demanding. Cormier admitted after the fight that it was the “worst” he has ever been beat.

Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation released the medical report for UFC 192 and it looks like Gustafsson will be spending a LONG time away from the cage with a six month suspension.

Daniel Cormier: suspended until November 18
Alexander Gustafsson: suspended until April 1
Ryan Bader: suspended until October 13
Rashid Evans: suspended until November 3
Ruslan Magomedov: suspended until October 13
Shawn Jordan: suspended until November 18 and indefinitely pending doctor’s clearance
Joe Benavidez: suspended until November 18
Ali Bagautinov: suspended until November 18
Julianna Pena: suspended until October 13
Jessica Eye: suspended until October 13
Yair Rodriguez: suspended indefinitely pending doctor’s clearance
Daniel Hooker: suspended until November 30
Albert Tumenov: suspended until October 13
Alan Jouban: suspended until November 3
Adriano Martins: suspended until October 7
Islam Makhachev: suspended until November 30
Rose Namajunas: suspended until October 7
Angela Hill: suspended until October 7
Sage Northcutt: suspended until October 13
Francisco Trevino: suspended until November 3
Sergio Pettis: suspended until November 13
Chris Cariaso: suspended until November 18
Derrick Lewis: suspended until October 13
Viktor Presta: suspended until November 3

Which fighter are you most disappointed to see sit on the sidelines? Who should Gus face when he makes his return to the octagon? Share your pick in the comment section below!

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