UFC Philadelphia Medical Suspensions: Two Fighters Suspended Indefinitely

UFC Philadelphia medicals

The UFC Philadelphia medical suspensions are in and two fighters are suspended indefinitely and will need a doctors clearance to return to action.

The news came via the Pennsylvania State Athletic Commission who released the event’s finalized medical suspension report on Monday (April 1, 2019).

Paul Craig and Jessica Aguilar received the steepest suspensions with both fighters looking at a possible indefinite layoff. Respectfully, both fighters will need to get medical clearance before returning to active competition, per commission officials.

Other than that, one fighter received a 90-day suspension, and another fighter received a 60-day ban. Four fighters received a 45-day suspension and eight fighters are looking at a 30-day break.

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UFC Philadelphia Medical Suspensions:

Paul Craig: Suspended indefinitely, requires doctor’s clearance
Jessica Aguilar: Suspended indefinitely, requires doctor’s clearance
Edson Barboza: Suspended 90 days
Michael Johnson: Suspended 60 days
Josh Emmett: Suspended 45 days
Marina Rodriguez: Suspended 45 days
Ross Pearson: Suspended 45 days
Sabina Mazo: Suspended 45 days
Justin Gaethje: Suspended 30 days
Kennedy Nzechukwu: Suspended 30 days
Sodiq Yusuff: Suspended 30 days
Sheymon Moraes: Suspended 30 days
Enrique Barzola: Suspended 30 days
Ray Borg: Suspended 30 days
Alex Perez: Suspended 30 days

UFC Philadelphia took place March 30 at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.