TYRON WOODLEY has been medically suspended for 60 days after being knocked out by Jake Paul on Saturday.
The former UFC welterweight champion replaced Tommy Fury in the event as he attempted to avenge his defeat to the 24-year-old from August.
But Woodley suffered a huge knockout blow in the sixth round after he was caught with a hard right hand.
Now he has been suspended for two months.
The medical suspensions were released yesterday by the Florida Department of Licensing and Regulation, which oversees the boxing commission.
And Woodley is not the only fighter to get suspended.
Co-headliner Miriam Gutierrez endured a savage beating over 10 rounds with Amanda Serrano.
She was left barely recognisable after being peppered with 236 punches during her defeat.
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The Spaniard was a heavy underdog heading into the clash with seven-weight world champion Serrano.
And the fight went how many people expected, with Serrano dominating the entire bout before securing a wide unanimous decision – 99-91, 99-90, 100-90.
During the ten two-minute rounds the Puerto Rican superstar landed a sickening 237 punches – with Gutierrez eating 37 punches in the first round alone.
The punishment she took was evident after the contest as she was snapped posing with Serrano with a shockingly swollen face.
However, her suspension has been deemed indefinite due to the damage she suffered.