Uriah Hall and Patrick Holohan were among five fighters who drew potential six-month medical suspensions as a result of injuries sustained at Sunday's UFC Fight Night 59 event, according to information released to MMAFighting.com by the Massachusetts State Athletic Commission.
Both Hall and Holohan picked up pivotal wins at UFC Fight Night 59, with Hall stopping late-replacement Ron Stallings with a first-round cut and Holohan dominating Shane Howell en route to a unanimous decision. Nonetheless both Hall (right knee) and Holohan (left ankle) will be required to obtain doctor's clearance on possible injuries or otherwise be forced to sit out six months.
Main event winner Conor McGregor and co-main event winner Donald Cerrone both came away unscathed, although McGregor's opponent, Dennis Siver, will be sidelined 60 days as a precautionary measure.
UFC Fight Night 59 took place Jan. 18, 2015 at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. A complete medical suspension report can be seen below.
- Uriah Hall: Suspended 180 days, or until right knee cleared by physician
- Patrick Holohan: Suspended 180 days, or until left ankle cleared by physician; requires x-ray on left ankle
- Johnny Case: Suspended 180 days, or until ribs cleared by physician; requires x-ray on ribs
- Matt Van Buren: Suspended 180 days, or until nasal cleared by physician; if cleared, suspended 45 days, 30 days no contact
- Tateki Matsuda: Suspended 180 days, or until right knee and foot cleared by physician; requires x-ray on right knee and foot
- Dennis Siver: Suspended 60 days
- Ron Stallings: Suspended 60 days
- Charles Rosa: Suspended 60 days, 30 days no contact; requires PCP clearance
- Gleison Tibau: Suspended 45 days for laceration
- John Howard: Suspended 45 days, 30 days no contact; requires PCP clearance
- Frankie Perez: Suspended 30 days
- Sean O'Connell: Suspended 30 days for laceration
- Joby Sanchez: Suspended 30 days if CT scan is normal, requires left orbital clearance