Bellator 112 took place this past Friday night at The Venue at Horseshoe Casino in Hammond, Indiana and tournament winner Nathan Coy was one of six fighters receiving a medical suspension.
The Indiana Gaming Commission confirmed the medical suspensions to TheMMAReport.com on Monday afternoon.
Bellator 112 was headlined by Pat Curran regaining the featherweight title with a submission victory over Daniel Straus with fourteen seconds left in the final round. Also, the card featured the opening round of the welterweight tournament with Nathan Coy, Sam Oropeza, Adam McDonough, and Andrey Koreshkov advancing to the semifinals.
Coy was the only tournament semifinalist to receive a suspension as he was suspended for 14 days for his unanimous decision win over Paul Bradley, who also received a medical suspension of 14 days. Other tournament fighters receiving a suspension were Nah-Shon Burrell and Cristiano Souza, which both were given a suspension of 60 days.
Also, the Indiana Gaming Commission confirmed that Curran and Straus were drug tested following their fight and the results of those drug test will not be released as their are private record, due to Indiana State laws. Through the first three events of the tenth season of Bellator, TheMMAReport.com has confirmed with commission executives that drug testing has taken place at all three events.
The complete Bellator 112 medical suspensions are below.