It sounds like Khabib Nurmagomedov isn’t the only one facing discipline from the Nevada Athletic Commission.

NAC executive director Bob Bennett confirmed on Monday that Conor McGregor is also a complaint from the commission to the state attorney general and potential punishment.

The commission withheld Nurmagomedov’s $2-million guaranteed purse from Saturday night’s event following his role in the brawl that broke out after the main event. McGregor’s purse, valued at $3-million, was not withheld. Due to one fighters’ purse being withheld, the commission will move quickly with the complaints, promising them sometime before Thursday.

The decision to file a complaint against McGregor comes as a surprise to many but it was made after tape that was not immediately available on fight night was reviewed.

Nurmagomedov got McGregor to submit in the fourth round of UFC 229 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas to retain the UFC lightweight title. Afterward, things got way out of hand. Nurmagomedov and McGregor’s corner got into a verbal war with Nurmagomedov jumping out of the cage and went after McGregor teammate Dillon Danis.

While that went on outside of the cage, inside the octagon McGregor ran over to his corner and climbed on top of the cage. He was joined there by a member of Nurmagomedov’s team. McGregor threw a punch at him while they were on top of the cage and he hit back. That is when two other members of Nurmagomedov’s team joined the fracas by climbing the cage and attacking McGregor, one from the front and one from the back.

Dana White reported on the night of the event that three people from Nurmagomedov’s team had been arrested, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, who helped to break up both sides and escort both fighters backstage, said that no arrests were made, and no charges were laid against anybody.

Both Nurmagomedov and McGregor will be facing a suspension and fines from the Nevada commission. Depending on how long the suspension is that is levied against Nurmagomedov, he could be stripped of his title if he is out for a long time.

McGregor already has said he wants a rematch with Nurmagomedov but if either or both face criminal charges over the melee, their immigration status in the United States could be impacted, which would put a rematch in the States in jeopardy.