UFC 175 Medical Suspensions: Weidman & Rousey Busted Up, Hall Posts X-Ray Of Foot

(pictured above is the X-ray of Uriah Hall‘s broken toe after UFC 175)

Last Saturday night’s UFC 175 pay-per-view (PPV) from the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada featured a main card full of drama and action, and not surprisingly, the fighters paid the price in terms of injuries.

The Nevada State Athletic Commission released the UFC 175 medical suspensions, and middleweight champion Chris Weidman heads a long list with a bevy of ailments. Weidman will have his jaw, elbow, ribs, and ankle examined, and could be out until January 2 if he is injured. Add that to his hand and knee troubles, and the champ has a lot of healing to do before facing Vitor Belfort.

In the same boat, women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey could also face a six-month stay on the shelf for a popped cyst on her right hand, which required nine stitches after her destructive first round knockout of Alexis Davis on Saturday. “Rowdy” also said she was headed for a scope to fix an ACL issue she had since she was 16, so this past weekend’s card, while exciting, has added two of the promotion’s biggest stars to its ever-growing list of injured champions.

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Middleweight Uriah Hall could also be out for six months after suffering a gruesome broken toe in the first round of his decision win over Thiago Santos.

The full list of UFC 175 medical suspensions is as follows:

Chris Weidman: Must have left jaw, right elbow, right ribs and right ankle x-rayed, and if positive, then that injury must cleared by orthopedic doctor or no contest until Jan. 2; minimum suspension until Aug. 20 with no contact until Aug. 5

Lyoto Machida: Suspended until Sept. 4 with no contact until Aug. 20

Ronda Rousey: Must have right hand x-rayed, and if positive cleared by orthopedic doctor or no contest until Jan. 2

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Alexis Davis: Suspended until July 27 with no contact until July 20

Uriah Hall: Must have right second toe cleared by orthopedic doctor or no contest until Jan. 2; minimum suspension until Sept. 4 with no contact until Aug. 20

Russell Doane: Must have right thumb x-rayed and cleared by orthopedic doctor or no contest until Jan. 2; minimum suspension until July 27 with no contact until July 20

Urijah Faber: Must have left rib x-ray series, and if positive then needs doctor clearance or no contest until Jan. 2

Kenny Robertson: Must have right elbow cleared by orthopedic doctor or no contest until Jan. 2

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Bruno Santos: Must have possible nasal fracture cleared by doctor or no contest until Jan. 2; minimum suspension until July 27 with no contact until July 20 due to laceration

George Roop: Suspended until Aug. 20 with no contact until Aug. 5

Luke Zachrich: Must have left hand x-rayed, and if positive then needs orthopedic doctor clearance or no contest until Jan. 2; minimum suspension until Aug. 20 with no contact until Aug. 5 for right eye laceration

Kevin Casey: Must have left elbow cleared by orthopedic doctor or no contest until Jan. 2

William “Bubba” Bush: Suspended until Sept. 4 with no contact until Aug. 20

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