Sep 21, 2013; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Jon Jones fights Alexander Gustafsson (right) during their light heavyweight championship bout at UFC 165 at the Air Canada Centre. Mandatory Credit: Tom Szczerbowski-USA TODAY Sports

UFC 165 medical suspensions: Main event event participants out at least 60 days

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With UFC 165 in the books following an epic main event between lightweight heavyweight champion Jon Jones and challenger Alexander Gustafsson, the medical suspensions for the event have officially been released.

Both main event participants are suspended a minimum of 60 days following their war, while co-main event challenger Eddie Wineland and undercard fighters Renee Forte and Nandor Guelmino join the headliners with the lengthiest suspensions.

Who else will spend some time on sidelines as they recover from their injuries?

Here is the full list of medical suspensions from the Office of the Athletics Commissioner of Ontario for UFC 165, via MMA Junkie:

  • Jon Jones: Suspended 60 days. Additionally, needs CT scan or MRI, plus x-ray before return.
  • Alexander Gustafsson: Suspended 60 days. Additionally, needs CT scan or MRI before return.
  • Eddie Wineland: Suspended 60 days. Additionally, needs CT scan or MRI before return.
  • Matthew Mitrione: Suspended 30 days. Additionally, needs CT scan or MRI before return.
  • Mike Ricci: Suspended 30 days. Additionally, needs x-ray before return.
  • Chris Clements: Suspended 60 days. Additionally, needs CT scan or MRI before return.
  • Renee Forte: Suspended 60 days. Additionally, needs CT scan or MRI before return.
  • Nandor Guelmino: Suspended 60 days. Additionally, needs CT scan or MRI before return.
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