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Rehabbing a broken hand that 'doesn't feel fantastic,' UFC featherweight Cole Miller was forced to watch Saturday's Fight Night event in Dublin from the sidelines. Miller was booked to face Conor McGregor in the headliner before injuring his hand and being replaced by Diego Brandao in June. McGregor TKO'd Brandao just four minutes into the bout, but Miller doesn't sound too impressed. "I thought he looked pretty solid," Miller told Sherdog Radio Network. "It's pretty easy to look good when every read news >>
Shane Carwin called a knee injury he sustained in training "fairly significant" but not series enough to keep him from fighting Roy Nelson.
"The rehab people are confident, and my strength and conditioning coach is confident," Carwin today told MMAjunkie.com Radio. "It's just limited on some of the things I can train right now."
To get himself as close to 100 percent as possible, Carwin is visiting Denver's Steadman Hawkins Clinic every other day.
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