The official medical suspensions resulting from Saturday night’s UFC 126 event have now been revealed and show that two main card fighters have the longest potential layoffs.

Forrest Griffin has a suspected injury to his right foot, while both of Jake Ellenberger’s hands are believed to have been damaged at the event.

That means both fighter could face up to six months on the sidelines until they can return to the Octagon, unless they are cleared by a doctor.

See the full list of suspensions resulting from the event below.

  • Vitor Belfort: Suspended until March 23 with no contact until March 8 for precautionary reasons
  • Forrest Griffin: Suspended until Aug. 5 unless right foot is X-rayed and cleared by an orthopedic doctor
  • Carlos Eduardo Rocha: Suspended until March 23 with no contact until March 8 due to a scalp laceration
  • Jake Ellenberger: Suspended until Aug. 5 unless both hands are X-rayed and cleared by an orthopedic doctor
  • Paul Kelly: Suspended until March 23 with no contact until March 8 due to a right-eyebrow laceration
  • Michihiro Omigawa: Suspended until April 7 with no contact until April 7 due to a right-eyebrow laceration and head blows
  • Chad Mendes: Suspended until March 23 with no contact until March 8 for precautionary reasons
  • Gabe Ruediger: Suspended until April 7 with no contact until April 7 due to a right-eyebrow laceration and head blows
  • Ricardo Romero: Suspended until March 23 with no contact until March 8 for precautionary reasons
  • Kenny Robertson: Suspended until March 23 with no contact until March 8 for precautionary reasons



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