The UFC Minneapolis medical suspensions are in. The event took place this past weekend (Sat. June 29, 2019) in Minnesota from the Target Center, and was headlined by a heavyweight bout between Francis Ngannou and Junior dos Santos.

According to the Minnesota Office of Combative Sports, heavyweight Maurice Greene and light heavyweight Vinicius Moreira lead the suspensions with six-month sits. Greene has a minimum 30-day sit and will require x-rays before getting cleared by a physician. As for Moreira, he has a minimum 30-day sit as well before requiring a clear CT scan to resume action.

Main event winner Francis Ngannou was given 14 days of mandatory rest, while Junior dos Santos was given a 45-day medical suspension. Check out the full list of medical suspensions here (via MMA Fighting):

  • Francis Ngannou: 14-day mandatory rest period
  • Junior dos Santos: 45-day medical suspension
  • Jussier Formiga: 45-day medical suspension
  • Joseph Benavidez: 30-day medical suspension
  • Demian Maia: 14-day mandatory rest period
  • Anthony Rocco Martin: 14-day mandatory rest period
  • Roosevelt Roberts: 14-day mandatory rest period
  • Vinc Pichel: 14-day mandatory rest period
  • Drew Dober: 14-day mandatory rest period
  • Marco Polo Reyes: 45-day medical suspension
  • Alonzo Menifield: 14-day mandatory rest period
  • Paul Craig: 90-day medical suspension
  • Ricardo Ramos: 14-day mandatory rest period
  • Journey Newson: 30-day medical suspension
  • Eryk Anders: 14-day mandatory rest period
  • Vinicius Moreira: 180-day medical suspension (60-day minimum, requires clear CT scan)
  • Jared Gordon: 30-day medical suspension
  • Dan Moret: 30-day medical suspension
  • Dalcha Lungiambula: 14-day mandatory rest period
  • Dequan Townsend: 45-day medical suspension
  • Emily Whitmire: 14-day mandatory rest period
  • Amanda Ribas: 14-day mandatory rest period
  • Maurice Greene: 180-day medical suspension (30-day minimum, requires x-rays)
  • Junior Albini: 45-day medical suspension
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