UFC Hall of Famer Pat Miletich was recently arrested and charged with one count of driving while intoxicated.

The 52-year-old Miletich, who was the first man to hold what is now called the UFC welterweight title, was arrested after being pulled over at 12:30 a.m. on June 29 in Moline, Ill., according to the Quad Cities Times. He was booked on one count of DWI at Rocky Island County Jail and released.

The incident comes just three weeks before Miletich is scheduled to make his return to combat sports. Miletich has signed to fight former world boxing champion Michael Nunn in a kickboxing bout in Davenport, Iowa on July 18.

This marks Miletich’s second arrest over the past two years for issues related to alcohol and the operation of an automobile. The first incident occurred in his hometown of Bettendorf, Iowa, in 2018. Miletich successfully completed a year’s unsupervised probation in the case.

Miletich (29-7-2 MMA) is regularly name-checked on the list of great fighters from MMA’s early days. He defeated Mikey Burnett to win what was then called the UFC lightweight title on Oct. 16, 1998, and made four successful title defenses of the 170-pund belt. His last fight was a win over Thomas Denny in 2008.

In the interim, his Miletich Fighting Systems camp in Bettendorf was one of the first great MMA gyms, producing UFC champions Matt Hughes, Jens Pulver, and Tim Sylvia.

While Miletich and the UFC were on the outs for years, the two sides reconciled in 2014 and Miletich was named to the UFC Hall of Fame in the pioneer wing.