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MMA News: Strikeforce Rockhold vs. Jardine Medical Suspensions

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Strikeforce: Rockhold vs. Jardine went down on Saturday January 7 in Las Vegas, Nevada. In the main event Luke Rockhold brutalized Keith Jardine to keep his middleweight championship. While the co-main event saw Robbie Lawler recover from an illegal knee to eventually TKO Adlan Amagov with a flying knee of his own.

Rockhold, Saffiedine and Terry are all suspended until July 6, but can be cleared with early by doctors.

Below is a full list of Strikeforce: Rockhold vs. Jardine Medical Suspensions thanks to Lowkick.com

Luke Rockhold was suspended until July 6 due to an injury to his right hand; a doctor can clear him early.

Keith Jardine was suspended until March 8, with no contact until February 22.

Adlam Amagov was suspended until February 7, with no contact until January 29.

Lorenz Larkin was suspended until February 7, with no contact until January 29.

Tarec Saffiedine was suspended until July 6 due to an injury to his left elbow.  A doctor can clear Saffiedine early, but he is suspended until February 22 with no contact until February 7 due to a cut near his left eye.

Tyler Stinson was suspended until July 6 due to injuries to his left thumb and right knee. He can be cleared early by a doctor, but he is suspended until February 22 with no contact until February 7 due to a cut near his right eye.

James Terry was suspended until July 6 due to an injured shoulder, but he can be cleared early by a doctor.

Trevor Smith was suspended until January 29, with no contact until January 22.

Estevan Payan was suspended until February 7, with no contact until January 29 due to a cut near his right eye.

Alonzo Martinez was suspended until February 22 with no contact until February 7 due to a cut on his nose.

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