A brow laceration drew a 30-day term for “Funkmaster,” who was also ordered to avoid contact for 45 days following his knockout loss in the second round of the pay-per-view on Aug. 19 at TD Garden. With the knockout, O’Malley claimed the UFC bantamweight title.
In other notable suspensions, ex-middleweight champ Chris Weidman’s reported knee injuries were backed up by a 60-day term issued by the commission for his left knee following a decision loss to Brad Tavares on the preliminary card.
The medical suspensions were revealed to MMA Fighting via a public records request through the Massachusetts Office of Public Safety and Inspections, which oversees the state’s athletic commission.
Here is the full list of medical suspensions from UFC 292:
Aljamain Sterling: suspended 30 days for brow laceration, and 45 days no contact.
Amanda Lemos: suspended 45 days with 30 days no contact.
Neil Magny: suspended 45 days and 30 days for left leg pain, needs X-ray and medical clearance
Marlon Vera: suspended 30 days with 14 days no contact.
Pedro Munhoz: suspended 30 days with 14 days no contact.
Brad Tavares: 30 days no contact.
Chris Weidman: suspended 60 days, needs MRI on left knee and orthopedic clearance, also 45 days no contact, needs X-ray on right tibia/fibula.
Denis Tiuliulin: suspended 60 days with 45 days no contact.
Kurt Holobaugh: suspended 30 days for possible left knee tear, needs left knee MRI.
Austin Hubbard: suspended 30 days.
Brad Katona: suspended 45 days.
Cody Gibson: suspended 45 days with 45 days no contact for orbital swelling.
Andrei Petroski: suspended 30 days with 30 days no contact for laceration, needs orbital check.
Gerald Meerschaert: suspended 30 days with 30 days no contact for left eye laceration.
Natalie Silva: suspended 30 days for ankle contusion
Andrea Lee: suspended 180 days unless cleared by doctor, no contact for superficial laceration on nasal bridge
Marina Moroz: suspended 7 days.