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Dan Kiser Sr. helps prepare spaghetti sauce for one of the three meals served during the Sunday benefit for his son, Dan “The King” Kiser, at The Venue at The Hub in south Fargo. Carrie Snyder / The Forum

Benefit fit for ‘The King’: MMA fighter making progress after brain injury

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FARGO - Almost exactly a month ago, Dan Kiser Jr.’s family was told he wouldn’t make it through the night after he was critically injured in a mixed martial arts fight.

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Now featherweight champion “The King,” a 27-year-old father of two who lives in Milltown, Wis., is awake, talking and walking with the help of a nurse and a walker.

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Meredith Holt
Meredith Holt is a Forum features reporter who writes a twice-monthly column on body image, weight loss (and gain), health and fitness. Her topics of interest include mental health, relationships and women's issues. She also does page design and copy editing, which she did for six years prior to joining the features staff in March 2012.
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