[div class=”notice” class2=”icon”]The following is from an article on LiverKick.com, part of the MiddleEasy Network.[/div]
On March 23rd, America’s Mark Miller once again ventures into Russia to fight on the next United Glory card, this time in a step up in competition against Sergei Kharitonov. Sergei is best known for his MMA fights, but has quite a few K-1 fights under his belt. Mark was out of the public spotlight after a rough K-1 fight come the turn of the century due to a multitude of issues, but made a roaring comeback with a nine-second knockout of Nikolaj Falin on May 28th last year.
Mark has been bulking up quite a bit, as when 2011 started he was weighing around 175lbs, when he walked into his fight with Falin he was weighing in at 95kg/209lbs, and by the time he steps into the ring with Kharitonov should be pushing the 230lbs/105kg mark, which is insane. That is just the amount of dedication the forty year old Miller has shown, and that hard work is looking to pay off once again in the ring for him if that right hand can fight its mark yet again.