- STRIKEFORCE MEDICAL SUSPENSIONS HANDED DOWN

February 3, 2010
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by MMAWeekly.com Staff
Following an exciting night of finishes at Strikeforce’s latest show in Miami, the Florida State Boxing Commission has handed down a few medical suspensions from the show.

No fighters were suspended for longer than 60 days, with the exception of preliminary fighter Craig Oxley, who suffered possible damage to his left ACL that has him currently suspended indefinitely until cleared by a physician.

Here are the remainder of the medical suspensions:

Marius Zaromskis suspended for 30 days due to suffering a technical knockout in his fight against Nick Diaz.

Marloes Coenen suspended for 30 days due to suffering a technical knockout in her fight against Cris Cyborg.

Greg Nagy suspended for 30 days due to suffering a technical knockout in his fight against Herschel Walker

Melvin Manhoef suspended for 60 days due to suffering a knockout in his fight against Robbie Lawler.

Wes Sims suspended for 30 days due to suffering a technical knockout in his fight against Bobby Lashley.

Ryan Keenan suspended for 60 days due to suffering a knockout in his fight against Hadar Hassan.

Craig Oxley suspended indefinitely due to possible damage to left ACL. Fight suspended until cleared by a physician.

John Clarke suspended for 30 days due to suffering a technical knockout in his fight against Joe Ray.

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