Ultimate Fighting Championship's (UFC) lightweight division is easily the toughest in the entire organization. To get a shot at the belt as a 155-pounder, it's necessary to go through a murderer's row of top fighters who all have the same goal in mind.
For Jim Miller, the road has been a long and arduous one to navigate. After winning a very impressive seven fights in a row, Miller's train was derailed when he ran into the eventual champion, Ben Henderson, at UFC on Versus 5, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on Aug.
At UFC on FOX 3, Nate Diaz and Jim Miller are slated to lock horns for a chance to move further up the lightweight rankings. However, neither fighter deserves a shot at UFC gold, even with this win on his record. That honor should b... Read Post
After a few years of struggling to find consistency in both the lightweight and welterweight division, Nate Diaz proved he now belongs among the elite fighters at 155 pounds. Diaz earned a dominant victory over Jim Miller this past ... Read Post