"I don't really contemplate it but I know it's coming. You only have a certain amount of fights, especially at this level. There aren't many guys with 20 fights, and I've got fifteen of those in the UFC. I know that sooner or later I am going to need to call it quits but I'm still not finished. I still have stuff I need to do in the sport and I still have things to prove to myself. I've made a lot of progress in the last few years, but I don't think I've been able to show it inside the cage. It all comes down to the body. My mind is there. The technique is there. Sometimes some other things don't want to cooperate and you just have to deal with it. You can't fight forever." (PHOTO CREDIT: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports)
UFC lightweight Jim Miller is 3-0 in December including last year’s epic encounter with Joe Lauzon over New Year’s Eve weekend. The 30-year old will attempt to add a fourth win to the record this Saturday night when he squares off against Fabricio Camoes at UFC 168. Miller recently spoke to UFC.com about his clash with Camoes while also taking time to reflect on how age has affected his approach in the Octagon, what it’s like to train during the holiday season, and why he has no interest in another war like the one with Lauzon.
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