Former welterweight title challenger Thiago Alves succumbed to a brutalizing defeat at the hands of Carlos ‘The Natural Born Killer’ Condit in the main event of last weekend’s (Sat., May 30, 2015) UFC Fight Night 67 from Goiania, Brazil.

Not surprisingly, ‘The Pitbull’ earned a full six-month medical suspension for a broken nose that will most likely require surgery. Cage-side doctors were forced to stop the bout after the second round when it became clear that Alves’ nose was badly broken.

The rest of the medical suspension list for UFC Fight Night 67, which was released earlier today by the Brazilian Athletic Commission for MMA (CABMMA), only included one other full six-month term, as Tom Breese got a potential 180 days for left wrist and hand injuries suffered in his first round TKO stoppage over Luiz Dutra. Both Dutra and Alves can return to action sooner if medically cleared by a doctor.

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Aside from the most significant terms, many of the fighters on the card were given longer suspensions than the mandatory 14 days that CABMMA hands out to competitors. Exact reasons for any terms less than the full six months are not disclosed.

Here is the full released list of UFC Fight Night 67 medical suspensions:

Carlos Condit: Suspended 45 days with no contact during training for 30 days

Thiago Alves: Suspended 180 days due to nose injury, though a physician can clear him early

Charles Oliveira: Suspended 30 days with no contact during training for 21 days

Nik Lentz: Suspended 30 days with no contact during training for 21 days

Alex Oliveira: Suspended 14 days with no contact during training for seven days

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K.J. Noons: Suspended 14 days with no contact during training for seven days

Francimar Barroso: Suspended 30 days with no contact during training for 21 days

Ryan Jimmo: Suspended 30 days with no contact during training for 21 days

Francisco Trinaldo: Suspended 30 days with no contact during training for 21 days

Norman Parke: Suspended 30 days with no contact during training for 21 days

Darren Till: Suspended 14 days with no contact during training for seven days

Wendell Oliveira: Suspended 45 days with no contact during training for 30 days

Rony Jason: Suspended 14 days with no contact during training for seven days

Damon Jackson: Suspended 14 days with no contact during training for seven days

Jussier Formiga: Suspended 30 days with no contact during training for 21 days

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Wilson Reis: Suspended 30 days with no contact during training for 21 days

Nicolas Dalby: Suspended 30 days with no contact during training for 21 days

Elizeu Zaleski: Suspended 30 days with no contact during training for 21 days

Mirsad Bektic: Suspended 14 days with no contact during training for seven days

Lucas Martins: Suspended 45 days with no contact during training for 30 days

Juliana Lima: Suspended 30 days with no contact during training for 21 days

Ericka Almeida: Suspended 30 days with no contact during training for 21 days

Tom Breese: Suspended 180 days due to a possible left hand/write injury, though a physician can clear him early

Luiz Dutra: Suspended 45 days with no contact during training for 30 days