With the star between Uriah Hall and Anderson Silva, the medical suspensions of the UFC Vegas 12. The show, which was held at the Apex in Nevada, ended with impressive matches, with some of them being out for several months. Clearly others had shorter performances or were not damaged, so they should not stop the action.
It should be noted that this is always done to give due care to the fighters, who are the protagonists of the fights. Some suffered considerable damage this past Saturday, while others not so much, prompting doctors to give them medical suspensions of up to months. This means that several will not be able to step on an octagon until they have permission from the doctors.
UFC Vegas 12 Results
Uriah Hall won by TKO in the fourth round to Anderson Silva (Middleweight).
Bryce Mitchell won a unanimous decision over Andre Fili (Featherweight).
Kevin Holland vs. Charlie Ontiveros (Middleweight).
Greg Hardy defeated Maurice Greene (Heavyweight) by technical knockout.
Thiago Moisés defeated Bobby Green (Lightweight) by unanimous decision.
Alexander Hernandez beat Chris Gruetzemacher (Lightweight) by technical knockout.
Adrian Yanez beat Victor Rodriguez (Bantamweight) by knockout.
Sean Strickland beat Jack Marshman (Middleweight) by unanimous decision.
Jason Witt won by submission to Cole Williams (welterweight).
Dustin Jacoby defeated Justin Ledet (light heavyweight) by technical knockout.
Miles Johns won by unanimous decision to Kevin Natividad (20-18, 20-18, 20-18) (Bantamweight).
Uriah Hall: Both hands and right foot should be X-rayed. It will have to be approved by a doctor if it is positive. If so, it will not have competition until April 30, 2021, and without contact until December 1.
Anderson Silva: broken nose, which must be approved by a doctor or have not competed until April 30, 2021. Minimum suspension until December 31, no contact until December 16 for laceration of the upper left eyelid.
Bryce mitchell: You need an X-ray of the left hand and have been authorized by an orthopedic doctor or not participate until April 30, 2021. Minimum suspension without competition until December 16. In turn, without contact until December 1 due to laceration of the right eyebrow.
Maurice Greene: You need a cervical MRI of the spine and the authorization of a neurosurgeon, ortho spine specialist or physical medicine and rehabilitation doctor. Minimum suspension without competition until December 16, and no contact until December 1 for laceration above the left eyebrow
Charlie Ontiveros: Suspended until December 1, and no contact until November 21.
Thiago Moises: You need an X-ray of the right thumb and be approved by an orthopedic doctor or you must not compete until April 30, 2021.
Bobby green: You need authorization from an ophthalmologist in the left eye or no contest until April 30, 2021. In turn, you must have the facial lacerations authorized by a doctor or not fight until December 31. Low, no action until December 16.
Alexander Hernandez: Cut on the right index finger, doctor approved or not have fought until December 16.
Chris Gruetzemacher: Cut on the right index finger, approved by the doctor, or there is no competition until December 16.
Victor Rodriguez: Suspended until December 16, no contact until December 1 for cut under the right eye.
Jack Marshman: Suspended until December 16, with no contact until December 1 for lacerations under both eyes.
Cole williams: Suspended until December 31, with no contact until December 16 for laceration above the left eyebrow.
Justin ledet: Suspended until December 16, no contact until December 1.
Kevin Natividad: Suspended until December 31, no contact until December 16.