Jim Miller reveals lengthy list of injuries sustained in loss to Bobby Green

Mike Malott spoke with Bobby Green after his unanimous decision victory over Jim Miller, giving his opinion on the performance, what he would do with a $300,000 bonus, and who he wants as next opponent.

Jim Miller became the only fighter in UFC history to compete at UFC 100, UFC 200 and UFC 300 but the organization’s current all-time wins leader couldn’t add to his totals this past weekend, losing a hard-fought unanimous decision to fellow lightweight Bobby Green.

Miller revealed Monday on social media he sustained multiple injuries during the fight including a broken hand “at some point” in the opening round.

The 40-year-old received 23 stitches around his right eye and added he also broke a toe, though did not specify which one.

“The struggle is real,” Miller said in the video as he limped around outdoors on his farm. Miller absorbed 186 significant strikes during the 15-minutes fight.

Miller had a two-fight winning streak snapped and it is unclear how long these injuries will keep Miller out of action. 

“Appreciate all the support, folks,” Miller added. “Love you all.”

Green, meanwhile, is eyeing a matchup with popular English 155-pounder Paddy Pimblett at some point later this year.

“I can smell the blood from the booth,” UFC play-by-play commentator John Anik said during the preliminary bout after Green repeatedly damaged Miller with strikes in the final round.

Miller joined a trio of former champions – Max Holloway, Frankie Edgar and all-time UFC cage time leader Rafael dos Anjos – by surpassing seven hours of total UFC fight time during the first round against Green.

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