Strikeforce Challengers 19 Medical Suspensions Form a Lengthy List

September 26, 2011
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Strikeforce Challengers LogoStrikeforce Challengers 19: Larkin vs. Rossborough, the promotion’s third event in Las Vegas, took place Friday night, Sept. 23, at the Palms Casino Resort. Lorenz Larkin bested Nick Rossborough in the main event.

The Nevada State Athletic Commission on Monday released the post-fight suspensions for Strikeforce Challengers 19.

Strikeforce Challengers 19 Medical Suspensions:

Nick Rossborough – Suspended until Oct. 24 with no contact prior to Oct. 15 due to a forehead laceration.

Shawn Jordan – Must have the third metacarpal on his left hand x-rayed to rule out a fracture. If results are positive, he must be cleared by an orthopedic doctor.

Lavar Johnson – Must have an orthopedic doctor clear his right elbow and right knee or he is suspended until March 23, 2012. He faces a minimum suspension until Oct. 15 with no contact prior to Oct. 8.

Ryan Couture – Suspended until Nov. 6 with no contact prior to Oct. 24 due to three forehead lacerations.

Todd Moore – Suspended until Oct. 24 with no contact prior to Oct. 15 due to left scalp laceration.

Brian Melancon – Must have first finger on right hand x-rayed to rule out a fracture or no contest prior to March 23, 2012.

James Terry – Suspended until Oct. 24 with no contact prior to Oct. 15 due to left eyebrow cut and lower right eye cut.

Magno Almeida – Must have left wrist x-rayed to rule out a fracture. If results are positive, he must be cleared by an orthopedic doctor or no contest prior to March 23, 2012.

Bobby Green – Must have both hands x-rayed to rule out fractures to the third metacarpal on his right hand and fourth and fifth metacarpals on his left hand. If results are positive, he must receive a doctor’s clearance.

Quinn Mulhern – Suspended until Nov. 6 with no contact prior to Oct. 24 due to a scalp laceration.

Danny Davis, Jr. – Suspended until Oct. 24 with no contact prior to Oct. 15.


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