UFC on FX 4: Attendance, Suspensions and Dana's reaction to Guida vs MaynardPosted on June 23, 2012, 03:00 PM by Mike Searson
UFC on FX 4 took place at Revel Atlantic City, New Jersey. UFC reports a sell-out crowd with 4,652 spectators. No totals for gate receipts have been reported as of this writing. The Main Event turned out to be a disappointment for most fans, including UFC President Dana White who tweeted a string of complaints about the fight as it was unfolding:
I thought it was impossible for this fight to suck. I WAS WRONG!!!!!!— Dana White (@danawhite) June 23, 2012
First time I have ever seen Guida get boo'd out of the building. I am booing too!!— Dana White (@danawhite) June 23, 2012
Crowd went from Guida fans to Maynard fans!!!— Dana White (@danawhite) June 23, 2012
Maynard won that easy!!!! Wasn't that close. HORRIBLE fight!— Dana White (@danawhite) June 23, 2012
Gray Maynard, who won the main event via Split Decision over Clay Guida is suspended for 45 days, due to a facial laceration according to the New Jersey State Athletic Control Board. Additionally, six other fighters from this event have received medical suspensions.
Co-main-event winner Sam Stout who defeated Spencer Fisher by Unanimous Decision is suspended indefinitely for possible damage to his orbital bones and 45 days for facial lacerations. However, a doctor can clear Stout of the indefinite suspension, provided that a positive facial X-ray, reveals no damage to his orbital bones.
Stout's opponent, Fisher, is likewise suspended for 45 days due to a facial laceration.
Ross Pearson, who lost to Cub Swanson via TKO, is suspended for 45 days due to a facial laceration.
Luis Ramos, who lost to Matt Brown via TKO, is suspended for 30 days due to facial laceration.
Joey Gambino, who lost to Steven Siler via submission, is suspended for 90 days due to a facial laceration. On top of that he received an indefinite suspension pending a CT scan of his facial bones.
Nick Catone, who lost to Chris Camozzi via TKO, received a 60-day suspension due to a deep forehead gash. He is suspended indefinitely following an X-ray of his nose.
While not a medical suspension, the Athletic Board revealed that C.J. Keith was fined $1,200 from his fighter's purse, payable to his opponent, Ramsey Nijem, for not making weight.