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Greg Hardy among several lengthy UFC Moscow medical supsensions

Nov 20 2019

Greg Hardy at Dana White's Tuesday Night Contender Series

Greg Hardy topped a list of five UFC on ESPN+ 21 fighters that could be one the sidelines for as long as six months following the release of the event's medical suspensions.

Hardy stepped in on short notice to fight Alexander Volkov in Moscow. The fight didn't go his way, but Hardy managed to go three full rounds with the vastly more experienced Russian fighter.

It was Hardy's fifth bout of 2019, a record for UFC heavyweights, but he now faces a 180-day medical suspension for an injury to his right hand and wrist. Like the other fighters facing medical suspensions, Hardy could return sooner than 180 days if he gets cleared by a doctor.

Other fighters facing potential six-month suspensions include Dalcha Lungiambula, Abubakar Nurmagomedov, Jessica-Rose Clark, and Grigorii Popov.

All medical suspensions were issued by the UFC and reported to, as there was no government sanctioning body in Moscow.

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UFC Moscow: Zabit vs. Kattar medical suspensions

  • Zabit Magomedsharipov: 7-day mandatory rest period
  • Calvin Kattar: 30-day medical suspension for hard bout, 21 days no contact
  • Alexander Volkov: 7-day mandatory rest period
  • Greg Hardy: 180-day medical suspension for right hand/wrist injury (requires X-ray); 30 days mandatory rest, 21 days no contact
  • Danny Roberts: 30-day medical suspension for right temple laceration, 21 days no contact
  • Zelim Imadaev: 7-day mandatory rest period
  • Ed Herman: 30-day medical suspension for hard bout, 21 days no contact
  • Khadis Ibragimov: 7-day mandatory rest period
  • Anthony Rocco Martin: 30-day medical suspension for nasal laceration, 21 days no contact
  • Ramazan Emeev: 7-day mandatory rest period
  • Shamil Gamzatov: 7-day mandatory rest period
  • Klidson Abreu: 7-day mandatory rest period
  • Magomed Ankalaev: 7-day mandatory rest period
  • Dalcha Lungiambula: 180-day medical suspension, requires clearance from OMF (oral and maxillofacial) physician; 30 days mandatory rest, 21 days no contact
  • Rustam Khabilov: 7-day mandatory rest period
  • Sergey Khandozhko: 7-day mandatory rest period
  • Karl Roberson: 30-day medical suspension for right eyelid laceration, 21 days no contact
  • Roman Kopylov: 7-day mandatory rest period
  • David Zawada: 7-day mandatory rest period
  • Abubakar Nurmagomedov: 180-day medical suspension for left elbow injury (requires X-ray); 14 days mandatory rest
  • Roosevelt Roberts: 7-day mandatory rest period
  • Alexander Yakovlev: 7-day mandatory rest period
  • Pannie Kianzad: 7-day mandatory rest period
  • Jessica-Rose Clark: 180-day medical suspension, requires clearance from ENT (ear, nose, and throat) specialist; 45 days mandatory rest, 30 days no contact
  • Davey Grant: 7-day mandatory rest period
  • Grigorii Popov: 180-day medical suspension, requires nasal X-ray; 30 days mandatory rest, 21 days no contact

Ben Askren not using hip injury as excuse for UFC losses: ‘I lost because I wasn’t good enough’

Nov 20 2019

Demian Maia chokes out Ben Askren at UFC Singapore

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UFC welterweight Ben Askren recently announced that the need for hip replacement surgery would send him into retirement. 

Having been undefeated as the Bellator and ONE Championship welterweight titleholder, it would be easy for Askren to use the injury, which he has been dealing with for the past few years, as an excuse for having lost back-to-back fights to Jorge Masvidal and Demian Maia. But he's not gonna go there.

In a recent interview with TMZ Sports, Askren made it clear that his hip wasn't the reason he lost the final two bouts of his professional career.

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"I don't want to put any part of my results in question because of (the hip injury). I lost because I wasn't good enough," he admitted. "There's a date of your competition. You f-ing show up in whatever condition you're in. Who knows? Maia and Masvidal, they're probably not a hundred percent. They probably got s**t they're dealing with."

Brandon Royval expects to ‘walk through’ LFA flyweights en route to UFC

Nov 20 2019

When it comes to his first-round submission victory over Joby Sanchez at LFA 65 in May, flyweight Brandon Royval has very little to be disappointed with. He believes he'll keep rolling over LFA flyweights en route to his arrival in the UFC Octagon.

Looking back on the Sanchez fight, Royval feels he did just about everything he could have wanted to do in the fight in terms of showcasing his skillset.

“I thought it was a good performance for me,” Royval told “I thought it was a good showing.

“I thought I was good with my stand-up. I thought I was good on the ground. I had a few takedowns. Other than that I would have liked a quicker finish.”

Following the win over Sanchez, Royval was supposed to face Jarome Rivera in October for the LFA flyweight title, but due to the promotion’s problems with AXS TV with their television deal, the event was scrapped.

“Honestly I was pretty heartbroken (not being able to face Rivera),” said Royval. “I had a pretty good camp. I was right on weight. Everything went smooth. The match-up was perfect for me.

“A week and a half out we got the news (of the cancellation). I stayed the course. I didn’t skip any practices after that. I was just frustrated kind of waiting to see where it was going to go.”

On Friday in Broomfield, Colo., Royval (9-4) will get his long-awaited title shot when he faces late replacement Nate Williams (29-18) in the 125-pound championship main event of LFA 79.

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“All I think have to do is go out there and be myself,” Royval said. “I don’t do anything special against any of the opponents I’m matched up against. This is my fourth opponent change as far as this camp goes. I’m just staying focused on me and getting better myself.

“Sometimes we do a little bit of game planning, but for this fight I think going out there and being myself is enough. I have (Williams) beat everywhere. I don’t know where he beats me; standing up or on the ground; I think I’m perfect there.”

With an LFA title usually being a precursor to fighters moving up to the next level, Royval could very well find himself making that step up in 2020, but until it actually happens he’s going to focus directly on what is in front of him.

“I know the opportunities that this fight comes with,” said Royval. “I see that being a possibility that the UFC will be the next option, and I’m hoping that will be the next thing too, but I want to take it one fight at a time.

“For this fight it’s more about making a statement; not only that I’m the best one that’s not in the UFC, but I’m by far the best and that I’m going to walk through all these flyweights that are in my path.”

UFC Hall of Fame historic fight: Shogun Rua vs. Dan Henderson

Nov 20 2019

Dan Henderson and Shogun Rua UFC 139 slugfest UFC Hall of Fame

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The UFC made sure that no one would forget the classic 2011 UFC 139 fight between former UFC light heavyweight champion Mauricio “Shogun” Rua and UFC 17 middleweight tournament champion and former Strikeforce light heavyweight champion Dan Henderson when they inducted the fight into the UFC Hall of Fame in 2018.

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Take a look back at the epic back-and-forth battle between Shogun and Henderson, which took place on Nov. 19, 2011.

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