UFC Fight Night 40 Suspensions: Matt Brown and Others Out Indefinitely; Johnny Eduardo Dinged for Throwing Mouthpiece

May 12, 2014
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Johnny EduardoMatt Brown may have walked away from UFC Fight Night 40 with the accolades that come with a tremendous performance, as well as an extra $100,000 in bonus money, but, like opponent Erick Silva, he couldn’t avoid landing an indefinite medical suspension, along with several other fighters.

Johnny Eduardo, who upset recent title challenger Eddie Wineland, received a 30-day suspension for throwing his mouthpiece.

UFC Fight Night 40: Brown vs. Silva took place on Saturday, May 10, at the U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati.

The Ohio Athletic Commission on Monday released the UFC Fight Night 40 medical suspensions to MMAWeekly.com.

UFC Fight Night 40 Medical Suspensions

Matt Brown was suspended for 45 days for a rest period, but also received an indefinite suspension pending x-ray clearance of his right elbow.

Erick Silva was suspended for 60 days, but also received an indefinite suspension pending neurological clearance and x-ray clearance of his jaw.

Lorenz Larkin was suspended for 60 days.

Erik Koch was suspended for 30 days.

Ruan Potts was suspended for 60 days.

Ed Herman was suspended for 30 days for a rest period, but also received and indefinite suspension pending x-ray clearance for his right hand.

Johnny Eduardo was suspended for 30 days for unsportsmanlike conduct for throwing his mouthpiece.

Eddie Wineland was suspended for 60 days for TKO loss and stitches to lip area, and received an indefinite suspension pending x-ray clearance for a possible broken jaw.

Manny Gamburyan received an indefinite suspension pending ophthalmological clearance of his right eye and orbital x-ray clearance.

Ben Wall was suspended for 60 days.

Anthony Lapsley was suspended for 60 days.

(Photo courtesy of UFC.com)

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  • Shartnado2, the Sloppy One

    Huh? Guys throw there mouthpiece all the time. Dana’s running out ways to show his fragile ego is the boss?

    • BlackLesnar

      Dana has no control over the Ohio Athletic Commission, but he still has a big ego.

      • Sir_Roy

        Few people don’t. Some simply walk softly, and carry a big stick. It denotes a huge ego all the same. Hard to be successful in today’s dog eat dog world without having an over inflated ego. It happens, but it’s rare.

        I have yet to work with a president in business who’s ego was not as grandiose as his pocket book. The two seem to go hand in hand all too often.

    • Advance*

      People are so dumb that they don’t even know what they are complaining about. The commissions handle the medical suspensions

  • Nogfan

    That literally means nothing. Johnny Eduardo is probably going to fight in the next 3 months so a month away without a fight really
    means nothing. Still agree that Dana White is a douche though.

    • Maddawgmar

      Dana didn’t suspend him… That penalty was handed out by the Ohio state athletic commission.

  • bones lamarco

    What does it all mean?.They can anywhere in USA except Ohio?

    • Maddawgmar

      No, they can’t fight under another commission while under suspension in one commission.

  • tony

    Means nothing, pretty much all fighters get some kind of medical suspension, its just to make sure they are healthy before their next fight, if you get KO’d your automatically suspended for i think 60 days