A total of 13 fighters have been medically suspended following UFC Charlotte this past Saturday, including co-headliners Johnny Walker and Anthony Smith.
Both light heavyweights drew 30-day terms after going three rounds in the co-main event, according to the NC Boxing and Combat Sport Commission, which regulated the show at Spectrum Center.
Walker earned a unanimous decision to climb closer to a shot at UFC light heavyweight champion Jamahal Hill, who owns a previous win over him.
Recently released flyweight veteran Ji Yeon Kim needs medical clearance to avoid a six-month suspension for her right knee. In the wake of her controversial decision loss, which came early after she was deducted a second point for an illegal knee, she revealed she fought with a torn ACL and blasted her opponent Mandy Bohm for not continuing after the knee.
Here is the full list of medical suspensions for UFC Charlotte: ‘
Johnny Walker: suspended for 30 days.
Anthony Smith: suspended for 30 days.
Daniel Rodriguez: suspended for 45 days.
Ihor Potieria: suspended for 45 days.
Tim Means: suspended 180 days; suspended indefinitely pending orthopedic clearance for left foot.
Court McGee: suspended for 60 days.
Chase Sherman: suspended for 30 days.
Douglas Silva de Andrade: suspended for 45 days.
Cody Stamann: suspended for 21 days.
Mandy Bohm: suspended 30 days; suspended indefinitely pending neurological and left eye ophthalmological clearance.
Ji Yeon Kim: suspended 180 days; suspended indefinitely pending orthopedic clearance for right knee.
Gabriel Green: suspended 60 days; suspended indefinitely pending neurological clearance.
Tainara Lisboa: suspended for 45 days.