Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) issued its list of injuries and medical suspensions earlier this afternoon for the mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters who participated at UFC 200, which took place last Saturday night (July 9, 2016) inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
And there were a few hefty sentences.
Chief among them was Miesha Tate, who could be sat until January 2017 after she suffered a broken nose at the hands of Amanda Nunes during their headlining fight that saw "Cupcake" cough up her women's Bantamweight strap (watch highlights here).
Also, Travis Browne and Raphael Assuncao could potentially be benched until the new year after suffering injuries to their wrist and nose, receptively, during their contests against Cain Velasquez and T.J. Dillashaw.
That's not all.
Here is the complete list of UFC 200 medical suspensions and corresponding injuries:
Miesha Tate: Must have broken nose cleared by ENT Dr or no contest until 01/06/17; minimum suspension no contest until 09/08/16, no contact until 08/24/16.
Mark Hunt: Suspended until 08/24/16.
Anderson Silva: Suspended until 08/24/16; No contact until 08/09/16 - laceration.
Frankie Edgar: Suspended until 08/24/16; No contact until 08/09/16 - facial lacerations.
Travis Browne must have right wrist cleared by Dr or no contest until 01/06/17; minimum suspension no contest until 08/24/16, no contact until 08/09/16.
Raphael Assuncao must have nose x-rayed if positive then needs Dr clearance or no contest until 01/06/17.
Enrique Marin: Suspended until 09/08/16 No contact until 08/24/16.
Sage Northcutt must have left elbow x-rayed if positive then needs Dr clearance or no contest until 01/06/17; minimum no contest until 08/24/16, no contact until 08/09/16.
Diego Sanchez must have right orbital and nasal fractures cleared by ENT or ophthalmologist or no contest until 01/06/17 minimum suspension no contest until 08/24/16, no contact until 08/09/16.
Thiago Santos: Suspended until 09/08/16 No contact until 08/24/16.
Takanori Gomi: Suspended until 08/24/16 No contact until 08/09/16
Just a quick reminder: Fighters often return to action much quicker once doctors give them the green light. The lengthy suspensions are just a precaution in most cases. In addition, not all injuries are recorded during the post-fight examination and often times surface in follow-up tests.
For a complete wrap up of all the UFC 200 weekend festivities click here.