The Nevada State Athletic Commission has handed Ronda Rousey a 45-day medical suspension following her violent loss to Amanda Nunes at UFC 207.
If former UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey (12-2) ever returns to active competition, she will be forced for the foreseeable future after being handed a 45-day medical suspension from the Nevada State Athletic Commission following his 48-second knockout loss to current champion Amanda Nunes at UFC 207 last Friday.
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For her 48 seconds of dominance, Nunes received no suspension.
In the night’s co-main, fans witnessed Cody Garbrandt put together a masterful performance, earning a decision win over then champion Dominick Cruz,
During the fight, Cruz suffered a massive cut on his eyebrow courtesy of a kick from Garbrandt. As a result, the NSAC has informed Cruz will be out up to Feb. 14 with no contact until Jan. 30. The new champion, Garbrandt, will a mandatory suspension as well until Jan. 30 with no contact until Jan. 21.
Other notable suspensions include bantamweight John Lineker, who suffered a broken jaw at the hands of TJ Dillashaw. As a result, the Brazilian must be cleared by a physician or he’s suspended until June 29. Lineker also faces a minimum suspension until Jan. 30 with no contact until Jan. 21.