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Woodley, Tate Lead UFC 183 Medical Report

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Tyron Woodley and Miesha Tate are among those who have been medically suspended for 180 days following action at UFC 183.

The Nevada Athletic Commission released the full suspensions, which you can view below, earlier this week.

Woodley, who topped Kelvin Gastelum in the co-main event, needs to be checked out for a possible right foot injury, while Tate has already announced she suffered a broken orbital bone in a win over Sara McMann.

Main event fighters Anderson Silva and Nick Diaz were given 30- and 45-day suspensions each.

Nick Diaz suspended 45 days with no contact 30 days for facial lacerations

Anderson Silva suspended 30 days with no contact for 21 days for a tough fight

Kelvin Gastelum suspended 45 days with no contact 30 days for left eyebrow cut

Tyron Woodley suspended 180 days, must have right foot x-rayed with a positive result needing clearance by orthopedic doctor. If cleared, no contest for 60 days, no contact 21 days

Joe Lauzon suspended 60 days with no contact 45 days

Tim Boetsch suspended 180 days, must have right knee cleared by doctor and possible right eye abrasion cleared by ophthalmologist. If cleared, no contest for 45 days, no contact 30 days

Thales Leites suspended 30 days with no contact 14 days for a tough fight

Jordan Mein suspended 30 days with no contact 21 days

Miesha Tate suspended 180 days, must have left orbital fracture cleared by ophthalmologist and left elbow cleared by doctor. If cleared, no contest for 60 days, no contact 30 days

Ed Herman suspended 45 days with no contact 30 days

John Lineker suspended 180 days, must have right foot x-rayed. If positive will require doctor’s clearance

Ian McCall suspended 45 days with no contact 30 days for left eyebrow laceration

Tom Watson suspended 180 days, must have right foot x-rayed. If cleared, no contest 30 days, no contact 21 days

Andy Enz suspended 45 days with no contact 30 days

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