Armored receives indefinite medical hook after UFC Atlantic City

Armored receives indefinite medical hook after UFC Atlantic City
Armored receives indefinite medical hook after UFC Atlantic City

After being punched in the eyes four times during his controversial loss to Chris Weidman at UFC Atlantic City, Bruno Blindado may be away from the octagon for a long time. According to the website ‘MMA Junkie’, The Brazilian middleweight (84 kg) is one of the ten athletes present on Saturday’s card (30) who received indefinite medical suspensions.

As expected, the Brazilian will need to be evaluated and subsequently released by a doctor specializing in ophthalmology to return to action. Interestingly, Blindado’s rival, Chris Weidman, is also out of action indefinitely. In the case of the American, it will be necessary to undergo a computed tomography scan of the head before being able to compete again.

Check the list of UFC Atlantic City medical suspensions

Manon Fiorot: suspended indefinitely;
Erin Blanchfield: Suspended 30 days;
Joaquin Buckley: suspended for 7 days;
Vicente Luque: suspended for 45 days;
Chris Weidman: suspended indefinitely;
Bruno Blindado: suspended indefinitely;
Nursulton Ruziboev: suspended for 7 days;
Sedriques Dumas: suspended indefinitely;
Kyle Nelson: no suspension;
Bill Algeo: suspended for 45 days;
Chidi Njokuani: no suspension;
Rhys McKee: suspended for 7 days;
Nate Landwehr: Suspended 45 days;
Jamall Emmers: suspended for 60 days;
Virna Jandiroba: no suspension;
Loopy Godinez: suspended for 7 days;
Julio Arce: no suspension;
Herbert Burns: suspended indefinitely;
Dennis Buzukja: no suspension;
Connor Matthews: suspended indefinitely;
Ibo Aslan: suspended indefinitely;
Anton Turkalj: suspended indefinitely;
Jacob Malkoun: suspended for 30 days;
Andre Petroski: suspended indefinitely;
Caolan Loughran: suspended for 7 days;
Angel Pacheco: suspended indefinitely.

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