Four competitors from this past Saturday's UFC 228 card are facing potential indefinite suspensions.
Cody Stamann, Frank Camacho, Irene Aldana and Roberto Sanchez have all been suspended indefinitely pending doctor clearance following their bouts at the American Airlines Center in Dallas. The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation released a full list of medical suspensions from the event on Tuesday.
UFC 228 saw Tyron Woodley retain his welterweight crown with a second-round submission of Darren Till in the evening's main event. The reigning champion received a mandatory one-week sit, while Till is suspended until Oct. 9.
Also of note: Karolina Kowalkiewicz was given a 60-day sit following a brutal one-punch knockout defeat at the hands of Jessica Andrade in the evening's strawweight co-main event. Andrade, like Woodley, was given a one-week suspension.
UFC 228 Medical Suspensions:
Tyron Woodley: suspended until Sept. 16
Darren Till: suspended until Oct. 9
Jessica Andrade: suspended until Sept. 16
Karolina Kowalkiewicz: suspended until Nov. 8
Zabit Magomedsharipov: suspended until Sept. 16
Brandon Davis: suspended until Sept. 16
Jimmie Rivera: suspended until Sept. 18
John Dodson: suspended until Sept. 18
Abdul Razak Alhassan: suspended until Sept. 16
Niko Price: suspended until Nov. 8
Tatiana Suarez: suspended until Sept. 18
Carla Esparza: suspended until Oct. 9
Aljamain Sterling: suspended until Sept. 16
Cody Stamann: suspended indefinitely or until cleared by doctor
Geoff Neal: suspended until Sept. 16