Each day, The MMA Corner will provide a recap of results, event announcements, fight match-ups, and injuries/cancellations from throughout the world of MMA.

UFC Fight Night 29 medical suspensions

Now that UFC Fight 29 is in the books, the CABMMA has issued medical suspensions for the event, which took place Wednesday, Oct. 9 from Barueri, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Jake Shields: Suspended 30 days; no contact for 21 days
Demian Maia: Suspended 30 days; no contact for 21 days
Dong Hyun Kim: Suspended 30 days; no contact for 21 days
Erick Silva: Suspended 60 days; no contact for 45 days
Thiago Silva: Suspended 30 days; no contact for 21 days
Matt Hamill: Suspended 30 days; no contact for 21 days
Joey Beltran: Suspended 30 days; no contact for 21 days
Fabio Maldonado: Suspended 30 days; no contact for 21 days
Rousimar Palhares: Suspended 14 days; no contact for 7 days
Mike Pierce: Suspended 180 days; may be cleared early by orthopedist (left ankle and knee)
Raphael Assuncao: Suspended 30 days; no contact for 21 days
T.J. Dillashaw: Suspended 30 days; no contact for 21 days
Yan Cabral: Suspended 14 days; no contact for 7 days
David Mitchell: Suspended 14 days; no contact for 7 days
Chris Cariaso: Suspended 14 days; no contact for 7 days
Iliarde Santos: Suspended 45 days; no contact for 30 days
Igor Araujo: Suspended 14 days; no contact for 7 days
Ildemar Alcantara: Suspended 14 days; no contact for 7 days
Alan Patrick Silva Alves: Suspended 15 days; no contact for 7 days
Garett Whiteley: Suspended 30 days; no contact for 21 days

Source: Sherdog

Rousimar Palhares suspended by CABMMA

The UFC’s decision to release Brazilian Rousimar Palhares is not the only punishment that fighter will face for his submission win over Mike Pierce at UFC Fight Night 29.

Palhares’ lengthy hold on the heel hook after opponent Mike Pierce had submitted has earned the fighter a  120-day suspension from the Brazilian MMA Athletic Commission (CABMMA).

Source: Sherdog

Bellator 106 undercard revealed

Bellator MMA’s debut on pay-per-view on Nov. 2 will feature seven preliminary card bouts in addition to the four-fight main card that includes three title fights.

Two fights will air live on Spike TV as UFC veteran Terry Etim will make his promotional debut in a lightweight affair against Patrick Cenoble and the Fight Master final between Joe Riggs and Mike Bronzoulis will lead into the main card.

“Rampage vs. Tito” will take place from the Long Beach Arena.

Pay-Per-View Main Card
Rampage Jackson vs. Tito Ortiz
Michael Chandler vs. Eddie Alvarez
King Mo Lawal vs. Emanuel Newton
Pat Curran vs. Daniel Straus
Spike TV Preliminary Fights
Joe Riggs vs. Mike Bronzoulis
Terry Etim vs. Patrick Cenoble
Spike.com Preliminary Fights
Joe Williams vs. Jesse Juarez
Brandon Halsey vs. Hector Ramirez
Mike Guymon vs. Aaron Miller
Joe Camacho vs. Cleber Luciano
Darren Smith vs. Josh Smith

UFC 164 salaries

The salaries from the Aug. 31, UFC 164 event have been revealed by the Wisconsin Department Of Safety & Professional Services.

UFC 164 took place Aug. 31 at Milwaukee’s Bradley Center.

Anthony Pettis: $54,000 (includes $27,000 win bonus) def. Benson Henderson: $110,000
Josh Barnett: $160,000 (no win bonus) def. Frank Mir: $200,000
Chad Mendes: $62,000 (includes $31,000 win bonus) def. Clay Guida: $44,000
Ben Rothwell: $108,000 (includes $54,000 win bonus) def. Brandon Vera: $70,000
Dustin Poirier: $40,000 (includes $20,000 win bonus) def. Erik Koch: $15,000
Gleison Tibau: $74,000 (includes $37,000 win bonus) def. Jamie Varner: $17,000
Tim Elliott: $16,000 (includes $8,000 win bonus) def. Louis Gaudinot: $8,000
Hyun Gyu Lim: $20,000 (includes $10,000 win bonus) def. Pascal Krauss: $15,000
Chico Camus: $16,000 (includes $8,000 win bonus) def. Kyung Ho Kang: $8,000
Soa Palelei: $20,000 (includes $10,000 win bonus) def. Nikita Krylov: $8,000
Al Iaquinta: $20,000 (includes $10,000 win bonus) def. Ryan Couture: $15,000
Magnus Cedenblad: $12,000 (includes $6,000 win bonus) def. Jared Hamman: $14,000

The disclosed figures do not include deductions for items such as insurance, licenses and taxes. Additionally, the figures do not include money paid by sponsors, “locker room” or special discretionary bonuses, nor pay-per-view revenue.

Source: MMA Junkie

Aaron Wilkinson leaves Cage Warriors

Cage Warriors Fighting Championship and British welterweight Aaron Wilkinson have parted ways.

Wilkinson fought three times for the promotion and despite the fact that his contract was slated to extend to the end of 2013, the promotion has announced the fighter is free to pursue other options.

Photo: Mike Pierce (L) battles Josh Koscheck (James Law/Heavy MMA)