Thomas Gerbasi, UFC - Whippany, New Jersey’s Dan Miller announced his arrival to the UFC in style last month when he submitted Rob Kimmons in the first round. Now the 27-year old will return to action a little over a month after his debut to take on veteran Matt Horwich in a middleweight bout at UFC 90 on October 25th.

Miller replaces Ricardo Almeida, who was forced to withdraw from the bout against Horwich due to injury." /> Miller steps in for injured Almeida to face Horwich at UFC 90 | UFC ® - News

Miller steps in for injured Almeida to face Horwich at UFC 90

Thomas Gerbasi, UFC - Whippany, New Jersey’s Dan Miller announced his arrival to the UFC in style last month when he submitted Rob Kimmons in the first round. Now the 27-year old will return to action a little over a month after his debut to take on veteran Matt Horwich in a middleweight bout at UFC 90 on October 25th.

Miller replaces Ricardo Almeida, who was forced to withdraw from the bout against Horwich due to injury.
By Thomas Gerbasi

Whippany, New Jersey’s Dan Miller announced his arrival to the UFC in style last month when he submitted Rob Kimmons in the first round. Now the 27-year old will return to action a little over a month after his debut to take on veteran Matt Horwich at UFC 90 on October 25th.

Miller replaces Ricardo Almeida, who was forced to withdraw from the bout against Horwich due to injury.
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