Dana White: Jason “Mayhem” Miller’s UFC Days May Be Numbered

Written by Tim Ngo
December 4th, 2011

Jason Mayhem Miller

After watching Michael Bisping easily dispose of Jason Miller (Pictured) at “The Ultimate Fighter 14 Finale” on Saturday, UFC president Dana White wasn’t shy about sharing his opinions on “Mayhem.”

“The most one sided fight I might have ever seen in the UFC!” White tweeted immediately following Miller’s lackluster performance.

Some may have awarded Miller with the opening round because he was able to secure a takedown and hold “The Count” there for most of the first five minutes, but not White.

“It’s one of the most lopsided fights I’ve ever seen,” White reiterated to Heavy.com. “I’m disagreeing with people. I didn’t give Mayhem Miller the 1stRound.

“He had a quarter of a mount and didn’t do a thing, and actually Bisping was landing punches from the [bottom]. I think Bisping landed more shots, did more damage. I go for damage and I think Bisping did more damage in the 1stRound than Mayhem did.”

Once the second stanza began, Miller seemed to be running on fumes. Every punch appeared to come out slower than the last, while Bisping picked up the pace and started picking him apart.

When asked if Miller would be granted another opportunity with the UFC after ending his six-year hiatus, White sounded unenthusiastic and unsure.

“I don’t know, we’ll see,” White expressed. “He didn’t have a good performance against Georges St-Pierre [at UFC 52 in 2005] and he definitely didn’t have a good performance against Michael Bisping.”

Unfortunately for the Mayhem Monkeys, that’s not exactly the vote of confidence they were hoping to hear.

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