All of the fighters on last night’s Bellator 92 received a medical suspension and seven of the fighters received a suspension longer than the standard seven days.
TheMMAReport.com requested the medical suspensions from the California State Athletic Commission and the commission released the suspensions on Friday evening.
Bellator 92 took place last night at the Pechanga Casino and Resort in Temecula, California and the main card was shown on Spike TV.
The longest suspensions that were handed down by the commission went to Marlon Sandro, Dan Cramer and Manny Lara. All three of them were issued a 180-day suspension and those suspensions can be cleared by a physician for Sandro and Cramer. Along with the six month suspension, each fighter received a 45-day suspension with 30 days no contact.
The complete Bellator 92 Medical Suspensions are below:
Frodo Khasbulaev: 7-Day suspension
Marlon Sandro: 45-day suspension with 30 days no contact and 180-day suspension or clear by physician for left corniel eye abrasion
Doug Marshall: 7-day suspension
Sultan Aliev: 7-day suspension
Brett Cooper: 7-day suspension
Dan Cramer: 45-day suspension with 30 days no contact and 180-day suspension or clear by physician for possible broken right thumb
Mike Richman: 7-day suspension
Alexandre Bezerra: 7-day suspension
Nick Piedmont: 7-day suspension
Cleber Luciano: 45-day suspension with 30 days no contact
Ricky Legere: 60-day suspension or cleared by physician for upper lip laceration
Sabah Homasi: 7-day suspension
Akop Stepanyan: 7-day suspension
Chris Saunders: 45-day suspension with 30 days no contact
Keith Barry: 7-day suspension
Richard Rigmanden: 7-day suspension
Josh Appelt: 7-day suspension
Manny Lara: 45-day suspension with 30 days no contact and 180-day suspension for left knee injury
Aaron Miller: 7-day suspension
Shad Smith: 7-day suspension
Brandon Halsey: 7-day suspension
Rocky Ramirez: 45-day suspension with 30 days no contact