Bellator Dynamite 1 Medical Suspensions Announced

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With every decision comes a consequence and for those fighters who took part in battle this past at Bellator Dynamite 1, it’s their time to faces those consequences in the form of medical suspensions.

Some of the more notable suspensions include Tito Ortiz, and Liam McGeary are out for 180 days. Phil Davis will get a nice seven-day vacation for his hard work. Francis Carmont, who was knocked out at this event, will be out of action for 45 days.

Bellator Dynamite 1 took place on Saturday, September 19th at the SAP Center in San Jose, California and the main card aired on Spike TV in prime time.

The event was stacked as a light heavyweight Championship fight between current champion Liam McGeary and UFC veteran Tito Ortiz will be the main event.

The event featured a Glory Kickboxing card that saw Saulo Cavalari vs. Zack Mwekassa battle it out for the vacant Glory light heavyweight championship. Also on the card featured a Glory featherweight championship match between Gabriel Varga (c) and Serhiy Adamchuck.

Down below are the entire medical suspensions:

  • Liam McGeary: suspended 180 days with 180 days no contact unless cleared by doctor for “lt. medial collateral leg strain”
  • Tito Ortiz: suspended 180 days with 180 days no contact unless cleared by doctor for neck pain
  • Phil Davis: suspended mandatory seven days
  • Francis Carmont: suspended 45 days with 30 days no contact for knockout requiring MRI of brain
  • Josh Thomson: suspended 180 days with 180 days no contact unless cleared by doctor for right hip pain requiring MRI/X-ray
  • Mike Bronzoulis: suspended 45 days with 30 days no contact for loss of consciousness during submission
  • Emanuel Newton: suspended 180 days with 180 days no contact unless cleared by doctor for possible fracture in right rib cage
  • Muhammed Lawal: suspended 180 days with 180 days no contact unless cleared by doctor for possible right rib fracture requiring X-ray
  • David Blanco: suspended 180 days with 180 days no contact unless cleared by doctor for possible right hand fracture requiring X-ray; suspended 60 days with 60 days unless cleared by doctor for left eyelid laceration
  • Victor Jones: suspended mandatory seven days
  • Mauricio Alonso: Suspended 60 days with 60 days unless cleared by doctor for laceration over right eye
  • Nick Pica: suspended 180 days with 180 days no contact unless cleared by doctor for left thumb and first metacarpal fracture
  • Brandon Hester: suspended mandatory seven days
  • DeMarco Villalona: suspended mandatory seven days
  • Israel Delgado: suspended 45 days with 30 days no contact for hard bout
  • J.J. Okanovich: suspended mandatory seven days
  • Carlos Eduardo Rocha: suspended 45 days with 30 days no contact for knockout
  • James Terry: suspended mandatory seven days
  • Josh Paiva: suspended mandatory seven days
  • Matt Ramirez: suspended 180 days with 180 days no contact unless cleared by doctor for right elbow pain requiring X-ray
  • Gabriel Carrasco: suspended mandatory seven days
  • Joe Neal: suspended 180 days with 180 days no contact unless cleared by doctor for fractured left thumb
  • Adam Piccolotti: suspended 60 days with 60 days unless cleared by doctor for right facial laceration
  • Salvador Becerra: suspended mandatory seven days
  • Thomas Diagne: suspended mandatory seven days
  • Mike Malott: suspended 60 days with 60 days unless cleared by doctor for laceration over left eyelid
  • Anthony Ruiz: suspended mandatory seven days

We have full results from this event on the main news board.