There will be blood. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) recently rubber-stamped a rematch between lightweight warriors Jim Miller (26-8, 1 NC) and Joe Lauzon (26-11), who collide at the UFC on FOX 21 mixed martial arts (MMA) event on Sat., Aug. Show More Summary
UFC veterans and onetime opponents Joe Lauzon and Jim Miller will clash once again at UFC on FOX 21.Filed under: News, UFC
LAS VEGAS – Ahead of UFC 200, Jim Miller was struggling. The veteran lightweight was struggling with the desire to fight and the physical ability to operate as he was used to.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos
Jim Miller made sure UFC 200 started with a bang. So did Takanori Gomi, in his own way. Gomi, the Japanese legend and former Pride lightweight kingpin, suffered his third consecutive first-round knockout loss when fellow veteran Miller...Show More Summary
LAS VEGAS – Jim Miller didn’t need long to get Takanori Gomi to the mat, and once there Miller overwhelmed his man with constant controlled aggression. Filed under: News, UFC
Jim Miller has been around the block a few times in the MMA world, but opening a card as big as UFC 200 against the even more experienced Takanori Gomi was hardly business as usual.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos
UFC 200 live updates: Preliminary bouts begin at 3:30 p.m. July 9, 2016, 3:34 p.m. Times reporter Lance Pugmire and special correspondent Todd Martin are in Las Vegas and will bring you all the news in the buildup to UFC 200. During the event Saturday night, Martin will give round-by-round updates...
Stream or download Thursday’s edition of MMAjunkie Radio with guests Diego Sanchez and Jim Miller.Filed under: MMAjunkie Radio, News, Radio, UFC
MMAjunkie Radio kicks off today at 1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PT) with guests Diego Sanchez and Jim Miller.Filed under: News, UFC
Jim Miller was 25 and fighting for just the fourth time in his UFC career when he defeated Mac Danzig at UFC 100. Seven years later, the 32-year-old version of Jim Miller makes his 23rd walk to the octagon when he meets Takanori Gomi in Saturday’s UFC 200 opener.Filed (...)
By Jim Dower: Undefeated hard hitting WBO #11, WBA #12, IBF #15 heavyweight contender Jarrell Miller (17-0-1, 15 KOs) kept his unbeaten record intact on Friday night in destroying an over-matched Nick [...] The post Jarrell Miller destroys Nick Guivas appeared first on Boxing News 24.
A few months ago, BBDO San Francisco's CEO Jim Lesser was chatting with executive creative director Matt Miller about the agency's upcoming summer internship program and discussing how quickly technology is changing advertising whenShow More Summary
A lightweight bout with a pair of veterans is the latest addition to July’s quickly filling UFC 200 lineup.Filed under: News, UFC
Behind the scenes at the red carpet premiere.
HA-HA Anti-Clinton Goodman is a national treasure: I’m never voting for a political dynasty that incarcerated more Americans than any presidency in history, because unlike Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders doesn’t take prison lobbyist donations and addressed prison reform long before 2016. The first problem with this argument is that the idea that the 1994 crime […]
LAS VEGAS – It was no accident UFC fans saw a relatively tame Diego Sanchez in the promotion’s octagon against Jim Miller. As “The Nightmare” described the situation, there was a lot at stake at UFC 196.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos
The rumors of Diego Sanchez’ demise were apparently exaggerated, as the veteran winner of season one of The Ultimate Fighter broke a 1-3 streak in his last four fights on Saturday, defeating fellow lightweight standout Jim Miller by a razor-thin … Continue reading ? The post UFC 196: Sanchez, Saggo & Ishihara win at Fight Pass prelims appeared first on Boxing News.
LAS VEGAS – It wasn’t exactly the typical Diego Sanchez fight when the winner of “The Ultimate Fighter 1” met up with Jim Miller, in that neither fighter donated much plasma to the canvas over 15 minutes.Filed under: News, UFC
Forget about brawling, winner of the inaugural season of The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) Diego Sanchez is getting back to his wrestling roots, which have been, for the most part, non-existent over the course of the last few years. That'sShow More Summary
LAS VEGAS – Long gone are the days when UFC lightweight Jim Miller just had to worry about being a professional fighter. Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos