With every decision comes a consequence and for those fighters who took part in battle at UFC Belem (Fight Night 125), it’s their time to faces those consequences in the form of medical suspensions.

Lyoto Machida was able to pick up a split decision win over Eryk Anders in a middleweight bout that headlined this show while Valentina Shevchenko dominated Priscila Cachoeira in a women’s flyweight bout that served as the co-main event.

Rounding out this six bout card was Douglas Silva de Andrade vs. Marlon Vera in a bantamweight, Michel Prazeres vs. Desmond Green in a lightweight bout, Marcelo Golm vs. Timothy Johnson in a heavyweight bout, and Thiago Santos vs. Anthony Smith in a middleweight bout.

Some of the more notable suspensions include Johnson and Cachoeira being suspended 180 days.

Here are the entire medical suspensions, courtesy of MMA Fighting:

Deiveson Alcantara: Suspended 14 days, seven days no contact
Iuri Alcantara: Suspended 14 days, seven days no contact
Maia Stevenson: Suspended 21 days, 14 days no contact
Alan Patrick: Suspended 14 days, seven days no contact
Sergio Moraes: Suspended 14 days, seven days no contact
Thiago Santos: Suspended 21 days, 14 days no contact
Douglas Silva de Andrade: Suspended 14 days, seven days no contact
Tim Johnson: Suspended 180 days (21/14 if cleared by an otolaryngologist)
Michel Prazeres: Suspended 14 days, seven days no contact
Valentina Shevchenko: Suspended 14 days, seven days no contact
Lyoto Machida: Suspended 21 days, 14 days no contact
Joseph Morales: Suspended 45 days, 30 days no contact
Joe Soto: Suspended 45 days, 30 days no contact
Polyana Viana: Suspended 14 days, seven days no contact
Damir Hadzovic: Suspended 14 days, seven days no contact
Tim Means: Suspended 14 days, seven days no contact
Anthony Smith: Suspended 45 days, 30 days no contact
Marlon Vera: Suspended 21 days, 14 days no contact
Marcelo Golm: Suspended 14 days, seven days no contact
Desmond Green: Suspended 14 days, seven days no contact
Priscila Cachoeira: Suspended 180 days (45-30 if cleared by an orthopedist)
Eryk Anders: Suspended 14 days, seven days no contact

The show went down on Saturday, February 3, 2018 at Arena Guilherme Paraense in Belem, Brazil.

The main card aired on FOX Sports 1 at  10 p.m. ET while the preliminary card was be split broadcasted on FOX Sports 1 at 8 p.m. ET and the promotion’s streaming service, UFC Fight Pass, at 7 p.m. ET.