Jim Miller Withdraws UFC FN 192

Welcome to the world of Fight TV. Covid-19 The virus that wreaked havoc across the planet caused the same damage to the fight world. It has ended many important UFC events and battles. Miller was ready to face lightweight Nicholas Mota on the main card at UFC Fight Night 192 next week. Instead, Miller posted in an Instagram video, he has a positive test for COVID-19 and is out of the fight.

Miller has had to give up a fight for the first time in his career. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Miller was set to step into the cage for a record 38th UFC appearance, and his 50th professional fight. Mota was ready for his UFC debut.

After Miller's resignation, Mota will now face Cameron Vancamp (15-5-1, 1 NC). Vancamp entered the week's event with four fights, competing for four different promotions. He has eliminated his last three opponents in less than 90 seconds in his last two bouts.

Mota (12-3 MMA, 0-0 UFC) was due to make his promotional debut against Damir Hudzovich in May, but suffered an injury and withdrew from the fight. Mota, a former CFFC lightweight champion, signed with the UFC in 2020 after a landslide victory in Dana White's Contender Series.

The question is, will Vancamp replace Miller? How are you watching this match? Will Vancamp be able to make up for Miller's shortcomings?

Please let us know what you think. We look forward to hearing from you.

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