Strikeforce Challengers 16 Medical Suspensions; All Fighters Get At Least Seven Days

Strikeforce Challengers LogoThe Washington State Department of Licensing on Tuesday released the post-fight suspensions for Strikeforce Challengers 16: Fodor vs. Terry, which took place on Friday, June 24, in Kent, Wash.

Every fighter on the card received at least a seven-day precautionary suspension. Five other fighters received lengthier suspensions.

Jerron Peoples received the longest suspension at 60 days. He suffered a harsh first-round TKO loss to Eduardo Pamplona.

James Terry, who lost a unanimous decision to Caros Fodor in the main event, received a 28-day suspension. Quinn Mulhern, who loss a decision to Jason High, was also given a 28-day suspension. Jeremy Hamilton, who lost a unanimous decision to Derek Brunson on the undercard, was the third fighter to receive a 28-day suspension.

High was suspended as well, but his suspension was set at 21 days.