Colorful UFC middleweight Jason Miller had to do a little soul-searching after his sloppy showing against Michael Bisping in December at the Ultimate Fighter 14 Finale. However, “Mayhem” has gotten his game together while training in Holland as well as at his home base, and is now itching to redeem his name in the near future.
“I want to fight as soon as possible,” said Miller in an interview on The MMA Show.
The 31-year old urged fans to pressure UFC President Dana White to book him again regardless of opponent, providing testament to the power of Twitter in the process.
“You guys Tweet Dana that you want to see me fight…The more pressure from anybody who wants to see me fight, the more pressure they put on the brass, well, guess what? I’ll fight sooner.”
Miller holds an overall record of 23-8 with a number of notable wins including success against Robbie Lawler and Tim Kennedy. However, he failed to live up to his own hype entering the bout with Bisping, putting on what White labeled as one of the “most lopsided fights” he’d ever seen.
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MMATraining Take: I have no problem seeing Miller again before the first half of 2012 expires. He looked bad but he was also coming off a fifteen-month layoff. He’s an entertaining guy and a better fighter than he showed against Bisping. As far as who he’d face, how about Alan Belcher or Demian Maia?