Former UFC heavyweight champion Frank Mir headlined a list of four fighters to be issued medical suspensions in the aftermath of Bellator’s Hawaiian double-header weekend.
The Hawaii Boxing Commission released the event’s finalized medical suspension report to MMA Fighting on Monday.
Mir suffered a second-round defeat to Javy Ayala via submission due to strikes in Bellator 212’s co-main event. As a result of damage sustained in the contest, Mir will be forced to sit out 30 days before returning to active competition, per Hawaii commission officials.
The three other fighters who received similar medical suspensions were Kala Hose (60 days), Kaeo Meyers (30 days), and Kona Oliveira (30 days).
Bellator’s Hawaiian double-header took place Dec. 14 and Dec. 15 at the Neal S. Blaisdell Arena in Honolulu. Bellator 212’s main card aired live on DAZN and Paramount Network, while Bellator 213’s main card aired live solely on DAZN.
A complete list of Bellator 212 and Bellator 213’s medical suspensions can be seen below.
Frank Mir: Suspended 30 days
Kaeo Meyers: Suspended 30 days
Kona Oliveira: Suspended 30 days
Kala Hose: Suspended 60 days