Jim Miller Left With Broken Bones And 23 Stitches After Decision Loss To Bobby Green

UFC veteran Jim Miller appears to be good spirits despite a one-sided beatdown at the hands of Bobby Green at UFC 300 on Saturday night, but he’s come out of it with a laundry list of injuries.

“The struggle is real,” the 40-year-old Miller joked as he hobbled around his farm just days after the fight.

“Not for why you think – like 23 stitches, which is pretty good. Broke my hand at some point in the first (round). Later half of the round, I broke my toe. I guess I need some milk.

“But I come home, and it’s f*cking gorgeous out. Fruit trees are blooming, some of them at least. Peach trees, nectarines and the pears look great. But I’m like itching to get the garden going. I’ve shoveled horse manure in a walking boot before, but I think with one side of my body down, it’s not going to happen today.”

Miller may have had a tough night at the office, but nonetheless he still made history after becoming the only fighter to have fought at UFC 100, UFC 200 and UFC 300.

And for the record Miller won his two fights on those other milestone events, having defeated Mac Danzig by unanimous decision at UFC 100 in 2009 and Takanori Gomi via 1st round TKO at UFC 200 in 2016.

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