UFC Vegas 29 healthcare suspensions could bury ‘Korean Zombie’ for 6 months

Tom Smith

UFC Vegas 29 accidents and health-related suspensions ended up submitted to MixedMartialArts.com earlier this 7 days for those athletes competing at the “Korean Zombie vs. Ige” celebration previous weekend (Sat., June 19, 2021) inside UFC APEX in Las Vegas. Not remarkably, a honest share of combatants ended up handed obligatory […]

UFC Vegas 29 accidents and health-related suspensions ended up submitted to MixedMartialArts.com earlier this 7 days for those athletes competing at the “Korean Zombie vs. Ige” celebration previous weekend (Sat., June 19, 2021) inside UFC APEX in Las Vegas.

Not remarkably, a honest share of combatants ended up handed obligatory timeouts, such as featherweight headliner Chan Sung Jung. “The Korean Zombie” dislocated his shoulder and could be out of motion for up to 6 months relying on his follow-up actual physical.

The complete listing of UFC Vegas 29 health-related suspensions (courtesy of MMA Combating) involves:

Chan Sung Jung: Should have left shoulder MRI. If positive, should have orthopedic health care provider clearance or no contest right until Dec. 17. Minimal suspension no contest right up until July 20, no contact until July 11 for still left eyebrow laceration
Dan Ige: Suspended right up until July 20, no get hold of until eventually July 11 for lip laceration
Aleksei Oleinik: Suspended until Aug. 4, no contact until finally July 20 for facial lacerations
Marlon Vera: Suspended right until July 20, no make contact with until July 11
Davey Grant: Need to have nasal bone fracture cleared by ENT health care provider or no contest until eventually Dec. 17. Minimum amount suspension no contest until Aug. 4, no speak to right until July 20
Julian Erosa: Suspended until Aug. 4, no speak to right up until July 20
Wellington Turman: Suspended right until Aug. 19, no call until Aug. 4
Dhiego Lima: Must have a right knee MRI. If favourable, have to have orthopedic medical doctor clearance or no contest until finally Dec. 17. Minimum amount suspension no contest until eventually Aug. 19, no contact until eventually Aug. 4
Nicolae Negumereanu: Suspended till July 11, no call until finally July 4
Kanako Murata: Ought to have still left elbow dislocation cleared by orthopedic medical professional or no contest till Dec. 17. Minimal suspension no contest till Aug. 19, no get in touch with until finally Aug. 4
Khaos Williams: Suspended until Aug. 4, no get in touch with until eventually July 20 for right eyebrow laceration
Matthew Semelsberger: Have to have nose X-ray. If beneficial, have to have ENT medical professional clearance or no contest until finally Dec. 17. Minimal suspension no contest until eventually July 20, no call till July 11
Josh Parisian: Ought to have nasal fracture cleared by ENT health practitioner or no contest right up until Dec. 17. Bare minimum suspension no contest till Aug. 4, no get hold of until finally July 20
Roque Martinez: Suspended until finally July 20, no speak to until July 11 for nasal bridge laceration
Joaquim Silva: Suspended right until Aug. 4, no make contact with right until July 20 for lower lip laceration
Casey O’Neill: Should have remaining hand X-ray. If optimistic ought to have orthopedic medical doctor clearance or no contest right until Dec. 17. Minimal suspension no contest until finally July 11, no make contact with until finally July 4
Lara Procopio: Suspended till July 20, no call right until July 11 for proper eye inflammation

Just a rapid reminder: Fighters usually return to motion significantly a lot quicker the moment doctors give them the green gentle. The prolonged suspensions are just a precaution in most circumstances. In addition, not all injuries are recorded all through the write-up-fight assessment and often periods floor in abide by-up exams.

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