A total of eight fighters were handed medical suspensions by the California Athletic Commission after competing Saturday night at Strikeforce: Rousey vs. Kaufman. The card took place in San Diego.
Ovince St. Preux and Julie Kedzie were each dealt 180-day suspensions, according to a report by Sherdog.com. St. Preux's suspension is for a left thumb injury, while Kedzie's is for a possible rotator cuff injury.
Lumumba Sayers and Hiroko Yamanaka each received 60-day suspensions, while Derek Brunson, T.J. Cook, Miesha Tate and Keith Berry were handed 45 days. Cook's is also extended to indefinite due to a possible neck fracture.
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