Fortaleza was fraught with finishes but even a number of the winners could face suspensions that were long after the event.

The MMA Athletic Commission (CABMMA) published the complete collection of suspensions on Monday, also Charles Oliveira was handed an 180-day term pending clearance from an ophthalmologist. “Why Do Bronx” was poked in the attention multiple times by David Teymur during the contest, won by Oliveira via second-round entry.

Teymur, as MMA Struggling reported on Sunday, could likee sit six months because of broken orbital bone.

Victorious within his debut, defeating Magomed Bibulatov by decision, Rogerio Bontorin also needs medical clearance (xray of right thumb) in order to prevent a long-distance suspension. Bibulatov needs the specific same suspension to be avoided by a xray of right foot.

The fifth athlete who can sit for six months would be Felipe Colares, who chose to fellow newcomer Geraldo de Freitas at the preliminary part of the Fight Night series. Colares needs clearance of his doctor for a broken nose.

In the main event, Marlon Moraes filed Raphael Assuncao using a guillotine choke in the first round, while Jose Aldo stopped Renato Moicano with attacks in the 2nd form of a co-main event bout. Each of fighters received short suspensions that were medical.

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