UFC 219 Medical Suspensions: Cris Cyborg, Khabib Nurmagomedov All Clear

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UFC 219 capped off a busy 2017 for the Ultimate Fighting Championship, with Cris Cyborg defending her women's featherweight title over Holly Holm in this past Saturday night's main event in Las Vegas.

On Wednesday, the Nevada State Athletic Commission announced the medical suspensions from the event.

Cyborg did not receive a medical ban, while Holm is suspended until March 2 with no contact until Feb. 15.

Co-main event participant Edson Barboza received the same suspension.

The lengthiest layoffs go to Cynthia Calvillo, Neil Magny, and Omari Akhmedov, who are facing six-month medical suspensions.

Calvillo must be cleared by an orthopedic doctor for a left hand injury in order to return before the six-month time frame. The minimum suspension is until Feb. 15, with no contact until Jan.30 if she is cleared.

Magny must be cleared for a left thumb injury, while Akhmedov is dealing with a fractured left hand. 

The full list of UFC 219 medical suspensions can be seen below:

Cynthia Calvillo: Requires X-ray of left hand, if positive then must be cleared by orthopedic doctor or no contest until June 30; minimum suspension of no contest until Feb. 15, no contact until Jan. 30

Neil Magny: Requires X-ray/MRI of left thumb, if positive then must be cleared by orthopedic doctor or no contest until June 30; minimum suspension of no contest until Jan. 30, no contact until Jan. 21

Omari Akhmedov: Requires left hand fracture to be cleared by orthopedic doctor or no contest until 06/30; minimum suspension of no contest until 03/02, no contact until 02/15

Holly Holm: Suspended until March 2, no contact until Feb. 15

Edson Barboza: Suspended until March 2, no contact until Feb. 15

Khalil Rountree: Suspended until Feb. 15, no contact until Jan. 30

Michal Oleksaijczuf: Suspended until Feb. 15, no contact until Jan. 30 due to right eyebrow cut

Rick Glenn: Suspended until Feb. 15, no contact until Jan. 30

Marvin Vettori: Suspended until Feb. 15, no contact until Jan. 30 due to tough fight

Louis Smolka: Suspended until Feb. 15, no contact until Jan. 30 due to left forehead cut

Carla Esparza: Suspended until Jan. 30, no contact until Jan. 21

Mark De La Rosa: Suspended until Jan. 30, no contact until Jan. 21

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