Tyron Woodley has been medically suspended for 60 days after being dismissed by Jake Paul on Saturday.
The former UFC welterweight champion replaced Tommy Fury at the event as he sought to avenge his loss to the 24-year-old from August.
But Woodley suffered a major knockout blow after being caught with his right hand in the sixth round.
Now he has been suspended for two months.
The Florida Department of Licensing and Regulation, which oversees the Boxing Commission, issued the medical suspension yesterday.
And Woodley isn’t the only fighter to be suspended.
Co-headliner Miriam Gutierrez had a savage beating over 10 rounds with Amanda Serrano.
He was barely recognized after being hit with 236 punches during his defeat.
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The Spaniard was a heavy underdog in his conflict with seven-weight world champion Serrano.
And in what many expected, Serrano dominated the entire bout before securing a broad unanimous decision – 99-91, 99-90, 100-90.
The Puerto Rican superstar hit 237 punches during the two-minute ten round – Gutierrez alone took 37 punches in the first round.
The punishment she took was evident after the contest as she was seen posing with Serrano with a shockingly swollen face.
However, his suspension has been considered indefinitely due to the damages caused to him.