Last Saturday’s (February 28, 2015) UFC 184 co-main event may not have featured the action-packed finish that fans had grown accustomed to from Holly Holm in her UFC debut, but her opponent Raquel Pennington may beg to differ.

The UFC 184 medical suspensions were obtained by MMA Junkie from the California State Athletic Commission (CSAC) earlier today (Mon., March 2, 2015), and The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) veteran Pennington received a full 180-day medical suspension for her three-round split decision loss to Holm, who is undefeated and currently on a short list of contenders for dominant champion Ronda Rousey’s belt.

Pennington’s suspension is contingent on her receiving X-rays on both of her hands, during her match-up with ‘The Preacher’s Daughter.’

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The incredibly short-lived main event between Rousey and No. 1 contender Cat Zingano failed to produce similar suspensions, however, as both fighters were dealt the mandatory seven-day sits for the fight, which Rousey won in 14 seconds with a devastating straight armlock.

Middleweight Roan Carneiro, welterweights Tim Means and Dhiego Lima, bantamweight Roman Salazar, and heavyweight Ruan Potts were the other combatants to get full 180-day sits.

Here is the full list of disclosed UFC 184 medical suspensions:

Ronda Rousey: mandatory seven-day rest period

Cat Zingano: mandatory seven-day rest period

Raquel Pennington: suspended 180 days or until cleared by physician for possible fracture to both hands (X-ray required), mandatory seven-day rest period

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Holly Holm: mandatory seven-day rest period

Jake Ellenberger: mandatory seven-day rest period

Josh Koscheck: mandatory seven-day rest period

Alan Jouban: mandatory seven-day rest period

Richard Walsh: suspended 45 days with 30 days no contact (no exception)

Anthony Ferguson: mandatory seven-day rest period

Gleison Tibau: mandatory seven-day rest period

Roan Carneiro: suspended 180 days or until cleared by physician for right elbow pain

Mark Munoz: mandatory seven-day rest period

Norifumi Yamamoto: mandatory seven-day rest period

Roman Salazar: suspended 180 days or until cleared by physician for injury to left eye, mandatory seven-day rest period

Tim Means: suspended 180 days or until cleared by physician for possible fracture to left elbow, mandatory seven-day rest period

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Dhiego Lima: suspended 180 days or until cleared by physician for possible fracture to left foot, suspended 45 days with 30 days no contact (no exception)

Derrick Lewis: mandatory seven-day rest period

Ruan Potts: suspended 180 days or until cleared by physician for head trauma, suspended 45 days with 30 days no contact (no exception)

Valmir Lazaro: suspended 180 days or until cleared by physician for laceration to right cheek, mandatory seven-day rest period

Masio Fullen: mandatory seven-day rest period

Alexander Torres: mandatory seven-day rest period

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