The California State Athletic Comission (CSAC) has released its list of medical suspensions for UFC 117: Silva vs Sonnen in the Oracle Arena in Oakland, CA.

Of the total 22 fighters, 14 have been put on medical suspension due to injury. Middleweight champion Anderson Silva has received a 45-day suspension, but will be sidelined up to six months due to rib injuries and neurological issues.

Interestingly Silva’s challenger Sonnen on the other hand received a 60 day suspension for lacerations and is expected to return to the octagon much sooner than Silva.

Probably the most gory injury of the night was left on Stefan Struve with a severely lacerated lip, which he grind-ed out a win with after Stitch Duran helped talk the medic into not stopping the fight.

Here is the list of fighters injured on UFC 117:

Anderson Silva: Suspended 45 days (30 days no contact) for rib injury and neurological follow up.

Chael Sonnen: Suspended 60 days (60 days no contact) for lacerations.

Rafael dos Anjos: Suspended 180 days (180 days no contact) for broken jaw.

Roy Nelson: Suspended 45 days (30 days no contact) for “hard bout.”

Junior dos Santos: Suspended 60 days (60 days no contact) for right cheek laceration.

Dustin Hazelett: Suspended 45 days (30 days no contact) for precautionary reasons — needs a new physical.

Phil Davis: Suspended 180 days (180 days no contact) for possible broken hand.

Charlie Brenneman: Suspended 45 days (30 days no contact) for precautionary reasons — needs a new physical.

Tim Boetsch: Suspended 60 days (60 days no contact) for left facial lacerations, additional six-month suspension (broken thumb) unless cleared by a physician.

Todd Brown: Suspended 60 days (60 days no contact) for laceration.

Stefan Struve: Suspended 60 days (60 days no contact) for lower lip laceration.

Christian Morecraft: Suspended 60 days (60 days no contact) for eyebrow lacerations, additional six-month suspension (head trauma) unless cleared by a physician.

Ben Saunders: Suspended 45 days (30 days no contact) for “hard bout.”

Dennis Hallman: Suspended 60 days (60 days no contact) for left cheek laceration.