UFC Fight Night 185 medical suspensions: Derrick Lewis among 10 facing lengthy layoffs

Although Derrick Lewis won a major UFC Fight Night 185 win, he may have to sit out for a long time.
Lewis (25-7 MMA, 16-5 UFC), who scored a major knockout win over Curtis Blaydes (14-3 MMA, 9-3 UFC) in the second round of his main event in Las Vegas, needs medical approval for his right hand and wrist or he could stand on the sidelines for up to six months.
Charles Rosa, who suffered a unanimous loss of decision against Darrick Minner, is also facing a possible term of 180 days. Rosa (13-5 MMA, 4-5 UFC) must have an x-ray on her right hand.
Ascending heavyweight Chris Daukaus (11-3 MMA, 3-0 UFC) also needs an X-ray on his right hand after stopping Aleksei Oleinik in the first round.
MMA Junkie obtained the full list of suspensions from MixedMartialArts.com, the Association of Boxing Commissions Official Secretary.
UFC Fight Night 185's full list of medical suspensions includes:
Derrick Lewis: Requires right hand and wrist x-rays and approval by doctor, otherwise suspended for 180 days; The minimum suspension is 21 days with 14 days without contact.
Curtis Blaydes: 60 days exposed, 45 days without contact.
Yana Kunitskaya: No suspension.
Ketlen Vieira: 45 days exposed, 30 days without contact due to a right forehead injury.
Darrick Minner: 21 days exposed, 14 days without contact.
Charles Rosa: Requires right hand x-ray and doctor approval, otherwise suspended for 180 days; The minimum suspension is 45 days, 30 days without contact due to forehead cracks.
Chris Daukaus: Requires X-ray of the right hand and approval by the doctor, otherwise suspended for 180 days
Aleksei Oleinik: 45 days exposed, 30 days without contact.
Phil Hawes: 30 days exposed, 21 days without contact due to injuries to the left eyebrow and right cheek.
Nassourdine Imamov: 30 days exposed, 21 days without contact.
Tom Aspinall: 30 days exposed, 21 days without contact.
Andrei Arlovski: requires X-ray of the right foot and approval by the doctor, otherwise suspended for 180 days; The minimum suspension is 45 days with 30 days without contact.
Jared Gordon: 30 days exposed, 21 days without contact.
Danny Chavez: Requires right foot x-ray and doctor approval, otherwise suspended for 180 days; The minimum suspension is 45 days with 30 days without contact
John Castaneda: Requires right hand x-ray and doctor approval, otherwise suspended for 180 days; The minimum suspension is 21 days with 14 days without contact.
Eddie Wineland: 45 days exposed, 30 days without contact due to injuries to the left eyebrows and nose.
Julian Erosa: No suspension.
Nate Landwehr: Requires an X-ray of the nose and approval by the doctor, otherwise exposed for 180 days; The minimum suspension is 45 days with 30 days without contact.
Casey O'Neill: 30 days exposed, 21 days without contact.
Shana Dobson: The left eye has to be cleaned by the doctor, otherwise exposed for 180 days. The minimum suspension is 45 days, 30 days without contact due to blurred vision.
Jamall Emmers: Requires an MRI of the lumbar spine and approval by the doctor, otherwise suspended for 180 days; The minimum suspension is 21 days, 14 days without contact due to back cramps.
Aiemann Zahabi: No suspension.
Drako Rodriguez: 60 days exposed, 45 days without contact.
Serghei Spivac: 21 days exposed, 14 days without contact.
Jared Vanderaa: Requires medical approval for a broken nose, otherwise suspended for 180 days; The minimum suspension is 45 days, 30 days without contact due to eyebrow cracks.

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