It just a month ago that former UFC fighter Jason “Mayhem” Miller got in to an altercation with The Ultimate Fighter season 17 star Uriah Hall at a BAMMA event. Video of the incident surfaced, which showed Miller throwing derogatory and racial remarks at Hall, which led to Hall snapping and throwing a punch.
The incident has escaped the headlines since UFC president Dana White said there would be no punishment for Hall, but Miller reminded us about the incident when he spoke up on social media.
Miller publicly apologized for the incident on Twitter:
Although i have done so privately, I would like to publicly apologize to @UriahHallMMA for my ghetto behavior. I am sorry and wish you luck.
— j (@mayhemmiller) November 15, 2013
For what it is worth, Hall says that he had already forgiven Miller for the racial slurs and ridiculous confrontation:
@mayhemmiller it’s all good homie already forgave ya keep ya head up
— uriah hall (@UriahHallMMA) November 16, 2013
The altercation was the latest odd turn for Miller since leaving the sport of MMA, but at least he is finally taking ownership of the incident.
Miller seems to have his life headed in the wrong direction, so let’s hope this public apology is the first step for him to turn things around.