Jim Miller declared himself fit for Friday's UFC on FX 1 main event against Melvin Guillard, not that he'd likely say otherwise.
And even before his last bout, Miller couldn't even tell you what was wrong anyway.
"I was a little tired during training, but shrugged it off," Miller told FOXSports.com after weigh-ins Thursday at Bridgestone Arena. "I thought it was just part of training for the fight and having a 1-year-old with another on the way. I kind of just dealt with it."
Not long after his first loss to Benson Henderson via a decision in August, Miller was diagnosed with a kidney infection. Even now, he doesn't use it as a crutch to explain a loss that snapped his seven-match win streak and likely cost him a shot at a lightweight title fight.
"I take the responsibility," Miller said. "I still feel I had an opportunity to win the fight. I just made mistakes."
Miller (20-3) has gained the seven pounds he lost as he reco...