The UFC 202 medical suspensions report has been released and shows that headlining superstar Conor McGregor could be out for up to six months after he was seen on crutches after the fight with a possible broken foot.

However, later that night McGregor claimed that his foot wasn’t broken, but indicated that his left shin was very sore due to having clashed with Diaz’s knee in the opening round of the fight.

The only other fighter facing a potentially lengthy spell on the sidelines is McGregor’s teammate Artem Lobov who was victorious on the night, but now awaits word on x-rays to his right leg and ankle, which will determine whether he has to sit out for the next six months.

Check out the full UFC 202 medical suspensions report below.

Conor McGregor needs left foot/ankle fracture cleared by an orthopedist or no contest until 2/17/2017 with a minimum suspension until 10/20/16, no contact until 10/5/16.

Nate Diaz suspended until 9/20/16, no contact until 9/11/16 due to a left eyebrow cut.

Glover Teixeira suspended until 11/19/16, no contact until 10/20/16

Rick Story suspended until 10/5/16, no contact until 9/20/16

Hyun Gyu Lim suspended until 10/5/16, no contact until 9/20/16

Sabah Homasi suspended until 10/201/16, no contact until 10/5/16

Takeya Mizugaki suspended until 10/5/16, no contact until 9/20/16

Chris Avila suspended until 9/20/16, no contact until 9/11/16 due to left leg pain

Artem Lobov must have right leg and ankle x-rayed, if positive then he must be cleared by an orthopedist or no contest until 2/17/17

Lorenz Larkin suspended until 10/5/16, no contact until 9/20/16 due to left eyebrow and shin lacerations.

Neil Magny must have left leg x-rayed and if positive he must be cleared by an orthopedist or no contest until 2/17/2017. Minimum suspension until 9/20/16 with no contact until 9/11/16.

Max Griffin suspended until 10/20/16, no contact until 10/5/16.

Melvin Vettori suspended until 10/5/16, no contact until 9/20/16 due to left eyebrow laceration.

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