The California Athletic Commission handed down medical suspensions for eight fighters from Saturday’s Strikeforce: Rousey vs. Kaufman event. The suspensions were first reported by Sherdog.com.

Julie Kedzie and Ovince St. Preux were each handed the longest suspensions, as both fighters were dealt 180 days. Kedzie’s is for a possible rotator cuff injury, while OSP’s is for a left thumb injury.

T.J. Cook was handed a 45-day suspension for his knockout loss, but was also given an indefinite suspension for a possible neck fracture.

STRIKEFORCE: ROUSEY VS. KAUFMAN MEDICAL SUSPENSIONS

Derek Brunson – Suspended 45 days (no contact for 30 days) for knockout

Lumumba Sayers – Suspended 60 days (no contact for 60 days) for cuts on right eye and left scalp

T.J. Cook – Suspended 45 days (no contact for 30 days) for knockout and indefinitely or until cleared by doctor for possible neck fracture

Ovince St. Preux – Suspended 180 days (no contact for 180 days) for painful left thumb injury

Julie Kedzie – Suspended 180 days (no contact for 180 days) or until cleared by doctor for possible left shoulder rotator cuff injury.

Miesha Tate – Suspended 45 days (no contact for 30 days) for hard bout.

Keith Berry – Suspended 45 days (no contact for 30 days) for TKO and indefinitely or until cleared by doctor for hyper extension to left knee.