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.

Teixeira tears labrum, must undergo surgery

Glover Teixeira suffered a torn labrum in his right shoulder as a result of a shoulder crank in his UFC 172 defeat to UFC light-heavyweight champion Jon Jones. An MRI confirmed the injury on Friday, and Teixeira will need to undergo surgery to repair the labrum. Teixeira will decide when he will go through with the surgery, but as of right now, a timetable could not be estimated for a potential return to action.

Source: MMA Fighting
Maia draws newcomer Yakovlev for TUF Brazil 3 Finale

Demian Maia will welcome newcomer Alexander Yakovlev to the Octagon at The Ultimate Fighter Brazil 3 Finale on May 31 at Ibirapuera Gymnasium in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Maia recently dropped a decision to Rory MacDonald, and will look to return to his winning ways in exciting fashion. Meanwhile, Yakovlev last fought in November, where he defeated Paul Daley by unanimous-decision in Moscow.

Source: Sherdog
Bellator 118 medical suspensions

Joe Warren earned the Belator interim bantamweight title without suffering serious injury, but the same cannot be said for all who competed on the card. The New Jersey State Athletic Control Board late Friday released the Bellator 118 medical suspensions to the public. Warren’s opponent, Rafael Silva also escaped without any serious injuries. The released suspensions are as follows:

Rafael Silva was suspended 30 days for a recovery period.
Justin Baesman was suspended 60 days for a knockout loss. He was also suspended indefinitely pending a neurological exam
Dante Rivera was suspended 30 days for a nasal bridge laceration.
Eugene Fadiora was suspended 30 days with no contact for a recovery period.
Kevin Roddy was suspended 60 days for a facial laceration.
Amran Aliyev was suspended indefinitely pending orthopedic clearance of his right foot.

Source: MMA Weekly