This past weekend’s UFC 145: Jones vs. Evans event did not feature too many bone-crushing knockouts or bone-breaking submissions.

Thus, the list of medical suspensions for the fighters who competed from Atlanta is relatively short.

Miguel Torres, Che Mills and Brendan Schaub – who all suffered knockout defeats – were handed down the longest suspensions, according to a report by John Morgan of MMA Junkie.

Torres is suspended 60 days and must provide a CT scan following his loss, while Mills and Schaub were each dealt 45 days.

Mac Danzig was issued an indefinite suspension pending the results of an X-ray on his ankle, while Eddie Yagin, Mark Hominick and Chad Griggs received 30 days.

Matt Brown, Stephen Thompson and Keith Wisniewski were all ordered 14 days off, while the remaining fighters got the customary seven-day suspensions for precautionary reasons.