Mayhem Miller apologizes to Uriah Hall for 'ghetto behavior' following casino scuffle

Esther Lin for Strikeforce

Hall is willing to forgive and forget ... are you?

Bro hug!

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight Uriah Hall was able to make embattled mixed martial arts (MMA) personality Jason Miller verbally tap out during their recent feud, which started when "Mayhem" was hurling racial slurs at the former Ultimate Fighter (TUF) runner-up.

See video of their scuffle here.

Following the incident, Miller told his fans that "some guy got in his face and he punked him." Fast-forward a few weeks later and it's a complete 180, as the former UFC 185-pounder and TUF 14 coach has since apologized for his "ghetto behavior."

And Hall forgives him.

Hopefully, he can still get that bonus.

With this distraction behind him, Hall can now focus on his upcoming middleweight match-up against Chris Leben, which takes place as part of the UFC 168 pay-per-view (PPV) event, scheduled to go down on Dec. 28, 2013 inside MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

And a loss to "The Crippler" could have him joining Miller on the unemployment line.

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