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The Quebec Boxing Commission handed out the list of medical suspensions for this past Saturday’s UFC 154: St-Pierre vs. Condit fight card.
The main event at UFC 154 we saw Georges St-Pierre return to action against Carlos Condit. St-Pierre won a bloody unanimous decision to retain the UFC Welterweight Championship.
Martin Kampmann who was knocked out in the co-main event by Johny Hendricks will be sitting on the shelf for 60-days. So will Patrick Cote who won by disqualification, as Alessio Sakara struck him in the back of the head numerous times.
Check out the full list of UFC 154 medical suspensions below.
Georges St-Pierre: suspended 28 days
Carlos Condit: suspended 30 days
Johny Hendricks: suspended seven days
Martin Kampmann: suspended 60 days
Francis Carmont: suspended 14 days
Tom Lawlor: suspended 14 days
Rafael dos Anjos: suspended 14 days
Mark Bocek: suspended 45 days
Pablo Garza: suspended 14 days
Mark Hominick: suspended 45 days
Patrick Cote: suspended 60 days
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UFC 154 took place at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
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Quebec’s Combat Sports Commission has medically suspended all of the athletes who competed in Saturday’s “UFC 154: St-Pierre vs. Condit” event.
Martin Kampmann (Pictured) was issued the longest ban. The welterweight will be forced to ride the pine for 60 days following his vicious knockout loss to Johny Hendricks in the show’s co-featured attraction.
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UFC 154 went down this past Saturday from the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
We saw Georges St-Pierre return to action after a 19-month layoff and absolutely dominate Carlos Condit in the nights main event.
In the co-main event Johny Hendricks threw an amazing left straight to knockout Martin Kampmann in just 46-seconds.
Check out five interesting numbers from UFC 154 below...
UFC 154: St. Pierre vs. Condit is in the books and once again the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) delivered a solid night of mixed martial arts action.
Pablo Garza, Rafael Dos Anjos, Francis Carmont, Johny Hendricks and Georges St. Pierre were the big winners last Saturday night in Monteeal as each picked up victories over their respective opponents on the main card.
Congratulations to Georgina Moss who won our UFC 154 Pick 'Em Contest. Next Pick 'Em Contest will be for Bellator LXXXII on Nov 30th. Thanks for playing!
Georges St-Pierre - 74%
Martin Kampmann - 53%
Francis Carmont - 56%
Mark Hominick - 79%
Consensus Overall Record in 2012: 103-59...
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Dan Hardy trained with Georges St-Pierre in his camp leading up to his UFC 154 bout with Carlos Condit.
The British striker spoke with UFC Tonight’s Ariel Helwani about his plans for the future, which include training with GSP more often and a potential rivalry with Matt Riddle.
Check out the video below thanks to FUEL TV.