All fighters competing on the UFC 174 fight card, which took place last Saturday night (June 14, 2014) inside Rogers Arena in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, received a mandatory medical suspension of 14 days, because better safe than sorry and all that jazz.
But not everyone will be limited to a two-week vacation.
Several fighters were tagged for extended sits, thanks to injuries suffered at the "Johnson vs. Bagautinov" pay-per-view (PPV) event. Chief among them was Ryan Jimmo, whose arm made a "Big Deal" out of a blocked kick (see the X-ray here).
Joining him will be the overly-purple Valerie Latourneau, as well as the Bang'd up Tae Hyun.
That's not all.
Here's the complete list of UFC 174 injuries and medical suspensions from British Columbia Athletic Commission (via MMA Junkie):
Ali Bagautinov: Suspended 30 days (30 days no contact).
Rory MacDonald: Suspended 14 days. Additionally, must follow up with general practitioner before returning.
Andrei Arlovski: Suspended 30 days (14 days no contact).
Brendan Schaub: Suspended 90 days (60 days no contact) due to left eyelid laceration and suture on right side of face. Additionally, must have CT scan of head and a doctor's clearance before returning to training or competition.
Ryan Jimmo: Suspended 180 days (180 days no contact) due to fractured right forearm. Additionally, must be cleared by orthopedic surgeon before returning.
Daniel Sarafian: Suspended 14 days. Additionally, must follow up with regular physician before returning.
Valerie Letourneau: Suspended 180 days (30 days no contact). Additionally, must have left orbital cleared by doctor before returning.
Mike Easton: Suspended 14 days. Additionally, must have left thumb assessed by doctor before returning to training.
Tae Hyun Bang: Suspended indefinitely (180 days no contact). Must have nose cleared by doctor before returning to training or competition.
Kajan Johnson: Suspended 60 days (45 days no contact) due to knockout loss. Additionally, must follow up with general practitioner before returning to training.
Roland Delorme: Suspended 30 days (21 days no contact).
Again, just a quick reminder: Fighters often return to action much quicker once doctors give them the green light. The lengthy suspensions are just a precaution in most cases. In addition, not all injuries are recorded during the post-fight examination and often times surface in follow-up tests.
For a complete wrap up of all the UFC 174 weekend festivities click here.