A source close to the situation confirmed with MMAJunkie.com on Monday afternoon that one of the contestants has verbally agreed to the middleweight affair, however bout agreements have yet to be distributed.
Although Bisping owns an impressive 18-3 professional record, he’s dropped two of his last three fights and appears to have lost the mojo he had oozing out of his pores before getting slapped senseless by Dan Henderson at UFC 100.
Prior to his current skid, “The Ultimate Fighter 3” winner’s only loss came to Rashad Evans via split decision at UFC 78 in November 2007.
After collecting wins in his first three Octagon outings, Miller has fallen on some hard times after the level of competition stiffened. The middleweight has now dropped two straight – both by way of unanimous decision.
UFC 114 is expected to take place on May 29th inside the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Here are the other fighters slated/rumored for the pay-per-view broadcast:
Ryan Jensen and Jesse Forbes
Chris Leben vs. Aaron Simpson
Melvin Guillard vs.Thiago Tavares
Efrain Escudero vs. Dan Lauzon
Amir Sadollah vs. Dong Hyun Kim
Todd Duffee vs. Mike Russow
Michael Bisping vs. Dan Miller
Diego Sanchez vs. John Hathaway
Forrest Griffin vs. Antonio Rogerio Nogueira
Quinton “Rampage” Jackson vs. Rashad Evans