Two fighters received indefinite medical suspensions in the wake of Saturday night's UFC on FOX 11 event, according to information released to mixedmartialarts.com by the Florida State Boxing Commission.
Liz Carmouche, who dropped a unanimous decision to Miesha Tate in the night's co-main event, will be sidelined indefinitely and require orthopedic clearance on her right wrist before returning to action, while undercard fighter Jack May received a similar suspension and will require neurological clearance.
Six additional fighters received extended medical suspensions due to injuries sustained at UFC on FOX 11, including heavyweight headliner Travis Browne.
Browne will be out a minimum of 90 days after suffering a broken nose and cut over his right eye during his five-round bout against Fabricio Werdum.
UFC on FOX 11 took place at the Amway Center in Orlando, FL. A complete list of medical suspensions can be seen below.
Liz Carmouche: Suspended indefinitely, requires orthopedist clearance on right wrist
Jack May: Suspended indefinitely, requires neurological clearance
Marsid Bektic: 180-day suspension or facial CT clearance
Travis Browne: 90-day suspension for broken nose, cut over right eye
Brad Tavares: 45-day suspension for supra orb part hairline
Luke Zachrich: 30-day suspension
Esteven Payan: 30-day suspension
Thiago Alves: 21-day suspension for right hematoma