Shane Burgos and Jacare Souza are among the fighters who will need a doctor’s clearance before they’re allowed to fight again after losing at UFC 262.
The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation’s Combative Sports commission issued four indefinite medical suspensions following this past Saturday’s pay-per-view event at Toyota Center in Houston. All fighters received a mandatory seven-day term. Details on the suspensions were not provided to MMA Fighting by the TDLR; indefinite suspensions typically require fighters to provide medical documentation to the commission that an injury has been treated before the suspension is removed.
Burgos was knocked out by Edson Barboza in the main card opener of the fight card. The finish appeared to be a delayed reaction as Burgos initially appeared not to be seriously hurt before he backpedaled and went face-first to the canvas.
Souza suffered a broken arm in a loss to Andre Muniz. It was his fifth loss in his past six octagon appearances, and it was also the final fight on his UFC contract.
Here is the full list of suspensions from UFC 262.
Charles Oliveira: suspended until June 15
Michael Chandler: suspended until June 15
Beneil Dariush: suspended until May 21
Tony Ferguson: suspended until May 25
Katlyn Chookagian: suspended until May 25
Viviane Araujo: suspended until May 25
Edson Barboza: suspended until June 30
Shane Burgos: suspended indefinitely
Andre Muniz: suspended until May 23
Jacare Souza: suspended indefinitely
Rogerio Bontorin: suspended until May 23
Matt Schnell: suspended indefinitely
Lando Vannata: suspended until May 25
Mike Grundy: suspended until June 30
Andrea Lee: suspended until May 23
Antonina Shevchenko: suspended indefinitely
Jordan Wright: suspended until May 23
Jamie Pickett: suspended until June 15
Priscila Cachoeira: suspended until May 23
Gina Mazany: suspended until July 15
Tucker Lutz: suspended until June 15
Kevin Aguilar: suspended until June 15
Christos Giagos: suspended until May 23
Sean Soriano: suspended until May 23