(Yeah, you should probably get that looked at.)
The Nevada State Athletic Commission announced that six fighters have received medical suspensions related to their losses at UFC 84. They are…
Sean Sherk: Suspended until July 7th, with no contact until June 24th (laceration on right cheek)
Keith Jardine: Suspended until November 21st, with no contact until July 9th, but could be cleared by a doctor to compete as early as July 24th (nasal fracture)
Tito Ortiz: Suspended for six months or until clearance by a doctor (injured left hand and wrist)
Wilson Gouveia: Suspended for six months or until clearance by a doctor (broken nose and ribs)
Kazuhiro Nakamura: Suspended for six months or until clearance by a doctor (broken nose)
Jason Tan: Suspended for six months or until clearance by a doctor (broken nose)
Antonio Mendes — The Brazilian is suspended until June 24.
Terry Etim — The British lightweight is suspended until June 24 and there is no contact allowed until June 15 because of a right cheek laceration.
Christian Wellisch — “The Hungarian Nightmare” is suspended until June 8 and there’s no contact allowed until June 1.
After the jump: The third episode of ESPN’s “MMA Live,” where Jon, Kenny, and Franklin run down Kimbo Slice‘s controversial main event status, UFC 84′s results, Sunday’s WEC show, and the matchup between Fedor Emelianenko and Tim Sylvia; plus, Bas Rutten demonstrates another nasty neck-crank.