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Pat Miletich returns at Dec. 11 to new Adrenalin

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Adrenaline MMA CEO Monte Cox is bringing in a big gun to help his upstart promotion gain some traction.Cox,
who also represents many of the sport's top fighters, held the first
Adrenaline MMA event earlier this year in front of a sparse crowd, and
a second show scheduled for September (then October) was eventually
postponed for a variety of reasons.But as Ron Kruck reported on
the most recent edition of HDNet's "Inside MMA," the second Adrenaline
MMA show will take place Dec. 11 with MMA trailblazer Pat Miletich
(28-7-2) and King of the Cage and EliteXC veteran Thomas Denny (26-17)
headlining the event.The show takes place Dec. 11 at the i wireless Center in Moline, Ill., and airs live on HDNet.Miletich,
a legendary trainer and former UFC welterweight champion, returns from
his two-year layoff from professional competition. He last competed in
September 2006 at an IFL event, where he suffered a first-round
submission loss to Renzo Gracie. That fight came after a
four-and-a-half-year layoff from 2002 to 2006. The Denny fight will be
just his second in nearly six years.Miletich, who's since
devoted most of his time to the Miletich Fighting Systems team in Iowa,
meets Denny, a popular California-based fighter and former KOTC champ
who last fought in July and suffered a second-round TKO to Nick Diaz in
a CBS-televised bout.Denny, 37, is only three years younger than 40-year-old MIletich.According
Kruck, Cox-managed fighters Ben Rothwell (29-6) and Ryan McGivern
(12-6) are also scheduled for the event, though no opponents have been
revealed."We want to do two or three Adrenaline shows a
year," he said. "Our funding has been kind of delayed because of all
the stuff that's going on (with the economy). We've been assured (that)
we're all set, but until I get the funding, I’m just not ready to do
anything." Apparently, that funding came through.

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