Jim Miller is not the type to make excuses.While some of his contemporaries are quick to detail every injury and inconvenience that arose during fight camp or how each loss could have been a win if not for one thing or another, the long-tenured lightweight prefers to let his results stand on their own and people to think whatever they want about his performances.That’s an easy approach to take when things are going well and everyone is singing your praises, but it’s far more difficult when you’ve just turned 35 and are heading into battle this weekend on a four-fight skid.Yet … Read the Full Article Here