Cole Miller Making Hometown Proud

Macon native showing out in UFC
Wes Blankenship, 13WMAZ
"Cole Miller played baseball at Mount De Sales academy.

"Five years after graduation (class of 2002), he was a UFC fighter. Miller's path to to the octagon started in, of all places, a bagel shop.

"'I was in college. I was done with my baseball career. I was trying to find something that was for myself,' said Miller 'I was working at the Bagel Bakery back then on Forsyth [Road]. A buddy of mine came in and he had two black eyes. He graduated at Mount de Sales a couple years ahead of me. I said, 'What Happened to you?' And he said, 'I train mixed martial arts.' And I just went to do it just to have a hobby.'"

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Sábado, Outubro 25
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