On Saturday night, Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor went toe-to-toe at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, with Mayweather earning a tenth-round TKO victory over the UFC champion.
McGregor started out looking impressive as Mayweather took the first three rounds to feel out his opponent, before turning things up a notch and securing the win.
Now that the fight is in the books and both men are hundreds of millions of dollars richer, it’s time to see how long they will have to wait until they are able to return to action. Of course, Mayweather is now officially retired, so the real attention is on how long McGregor will be forced to stay on the sidelines.
Monday, the Nevada State Athletic Commission released their suspensions with McGregor suspended until Oct. 26, with no contact until Oct. 11.
Nathan Cleverly was the only other fighter on the pay-per-view card to receive a medical ban.
The full list of medical suspensions can be seen below, via MMAjunkie.com:
- Conor McGregor: Suspended until 10/26, no contact until 10/11
- Nathan Cleverly: Suspended until 10/11, no contact until 09/26
- Thomas Dulorme: Suspended until 09/26, no contact until 09/17
- Juan Heraldez: Requires x-ray of left hand, if positive then must be cleared by orthopedic doctor or no contest until 02/23/18; minimum suspension of no contest until 10/11, no contact until 09/26
- Jose Miguel Borrego: Requires MRI on left knee within 10 days, if positive then must be cleared by orthopedic doctor or no contest until 02/23/18; minimum suspension of no contest until 09/26, no contact until 09/17
- Kevin Newman: Suspended until 10/11, no contact until 09/26