Triller debuted Triad Combat this past Saturday, and a handful of notable boxing and MMA fighters squared off under a hybrid ruleset.

Among those who competed were former boxing champion Kubrat Pulev, former UFC champion Frank Mir, former UFC welterweight Mike Perry, former UFC welterweight Albert Tumenov, former Bellator featherweight Derek Campos, and former Bellator and UFC heavyweight contender Matt Mitrione, among others.

Following the completion of their respective bouts, the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR), which regulated the event at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas, handed out medical suspensions to all 14 competitors. Unlike some other commissioning bodies, the TDLR does not reveal the specific injuries or reasons the fighters have been suspended.

While the majority of the card were given suspensions under one month, undercard fighter Angelina Hoffschneider is facing an indefinite layoff after a first-round knockout loss to Alexa Culp.

Outside of the indefinite suspension, Mir, who lost via standing TKO to Pulev at 1:59 into Round 1, was handed a 30-day sanction.

Scroll below to see the full list of medical suspensions handed out to the fighters who competed at Triller Triad Combat.

Kubrat Pulev def. Frank Mir via TKO – Round 1

Kubrat Pulev: Suspended 7 days.

Frank Mir: Suspended 30 days.

Derek Campos def. Brian Vera via majority decision

Derek Campos: Suspended 21 days.

Brian Vera: Suspended 21 days.

Harry Giliotti def. Jacob Thrall via split decision

Harry Giliotti: Suspended 15 days.

Jacob Thrall: Suspended 15 days.