The medical suspensions list from the UFC’s Fight for the Troops event has been released and it looks like the UFC suffered more casualties in North Carolina than the US Army did in Iraq that day. Corey Hill is out for “18 months” and Razak Al-Hassan being put on the indefinite suspension list. Here’s the rest of the damage:
Newcomer Brandon Wolff is suspended for 45 days for a contusion/hematoma on his forehead following his TKO loss to Ben Saunders.
Nate Loughran is suspended for 30 days due to lacerations suffered in his loss to Tim Credeur.
Co-main event fighter Jonathan Goulet is suspended for 60 days following his knockout loss to Mike Swick. Goulet must have his left elbow x-rayed and cleared by an orthopedist before being cleared to fight.
Main event fighter Yoshiyuki Yoshida is suspended for 90 days following his knockout loss to Josh Koscheck.
At least Corey Hill is said to be “handling the injury well and is in reportedly good spirits.” If it had been my leg breaking in half like that I don’t think I’d have stopped screaming / shitting myself / vomiting / all of the above.