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Bellator 153 Medical Suspensions: Benson Henderson suspended 60 days due to a concussion

The medical suspensions for Bellator 153 have been released by the Mohegan Tribe Department of Athletic Regulations and Benson Henderson has received a suspension of 60 days due to a concussion.

Mohegan Tribe Department of Athletic Regulations Director Mike Mazzulli sent the suspensions to The MMA Report on Monday after they were requested.

Bellator 153 took place this past Friday night at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut and was headlined by Andrey Koreshkov retaining the Bellator welterweight title with a decision victory against former WEC and UFC lightweight champion Benson Henderson.

The complete Bellator 153 medical suspensions are below:

  • Benson Henderson: Suspended 60 days (concussion).
  • Brennan Ward: Suspended 90 days  and needs orthopedic clearance (possible ankle fracture).
  • Brent Primus: Suspended indefinitely, needs MRI of spine.
  • Jeremie Holloway: Suspended 120 days and needs orthopedic clearance (MCL knee injury).
  • Tim Caron: Suspended 45 days (laceration).
  • Justin Sumter: Suspended 60 days (concussion).
  • Vovka Clay: Suspended 60 days (concussion).
  • Keith Richardson: Suspended 45 days (laceration).
  • Joe Cronin: Suspended 45 days (sprain).
  • Richard Patishnock: Suspended 90 days (concussion).