Jason Miller is a former American MMA player with the nickname “Mayhem Miller.” He fought in the UFC, Strikeforce, WFA, WEC, and DREAM in his professional life. After winning lots of fights and championships, Jason Miller became a rich player. As of now, Jason Miller’s net worth is $1.5 million.
Total Fights: 34
Total Wins: 23 (By knockout 5, By submission 14, By decision 4)
Total Losses: 10 (By knockout 2, By submission 2, By decision 6)
No contests: 1
Jason Miller Profile
Miller stands at 6 feet tall and weighs 185 pounds. Jason Miller was born on December 24, 1980, in Fayetteville, North Carolina, the United States. So he is now 42 years old. His full name is Father Mike Miller.
His reach is 76 inches, and his stance is Orthodox. He is a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and a yellow belt in Taekwondo.
He now resides in Atlanta, Georgia, in the United States.
- Welterweight division from 2004 to 2005
- Middleweight from 2001 to 2004, in 2005, and from 2007 to 2012
- Light Heavyweight in 2006 and 2016
- Heavyweight division in 2006
Success and Awards
Jason Miller’s incredible fighting abilities earned him numerous MMA honors. The details of his achievements are given below.
- Icon Sport Middleweight Championship
- Superbrawl Welterweight Championship
- North American Welterweight Championship
- International Sport Combat Federation
- ISCF East Coast Middleweight Championship
- World MMA Awards
- Most Memorable Ring Entrance 2010 & 2009
- Grapplers Quest Champion 2001, 2003, and 2004
- Best in the West Champion 2003
Jason Miller- Professional MMA Fighting Career
Jason Miller was connected with his teams, Kings MMA and Mayhem Miller Industries. He fought in a total number of 34 competitions. Among them, he won 23 of them and lost 10 of them. His active years are from 1997 to 2012 and 2016. The details of his professional career are given below.
Fight History – Pro
|LOSS||Mattia Schiavolin||Venator FC 3 – Palhares vs. Meek|
|LOSS||C.B. Dollaway||UFC 146 – Dos Santos vs. Mir|
|LOSS||Michael Bisping||UFC – The Ultimate Fighter 14 Finale|
|WIN||Kazushi Sakuraba||Dream – Dream 16|
|WIN||Tim Stout||Strikeforce – Nashville|
|LOSS||Jake Shields||Strikeforce / M-1 Global – Fedor vs. Rogers|
|NC||Ronaldo Souza||Dream 9 – Featherweight Grand Prix 2009 Second Round|
|WIN||Kala Hose||Kingdom MMA – Miller vs. Hose|
|LOSS||Ronaldo Souza||Dream 4 – Middleweight Grand Prix 2008 Quarterfinals|
|WIN||Katsuyori Shibata||Dream 3 – Lightweight Grand Prix 2008 Quarterfinals|
|WIN||Tim Kennedy||HDNet Fights – Reckless Abandon|
|WIN||Hiromitsu Miura||WEC 27 – Las Vegas|
|WIN||Hector Urbina||Icon Sport – Epic|
|LOSS||Frank Trigg||Icon Sport – Mayhem vs. Trigg|
|WIN||Robbie Lawler||Icon Sport – Mayhem vs. Lawler|
|WIN||Lodune Sincaid||WFA 4 – King of the Streets|
|WIN||Stefan Gamlin||Icon Sport – Mayhem vs. Giant|
|WIN||Falaniko Vitale||Icon Sport – Opposites Attract|
|WIN||Mark Moreno||Superbrawl – Icon|
|LOSS||Georges St. Pierre||UFC 52 – Couture vs. Liddell 2|
|WIN||Ronald Jhun||SB 37 – SuperBrawl 37|
|WIN||Egan Inoue||SB 32 – SuperBrawl 32|
|WIN||Sean Taylor||SB 31 – SuperBrawl 31|
|WIN||Mark Longworth||PFC – Put Up or Shut Up|
|WIN||Jason Buck||SB 30 – Collision Course|
|LOSS||Tim Kennedy||EC 50 – Extreme Challenge 50|
|WIN||Denis Kang||EC 50 – Extreme Challenge 50|
|WIN||Todd Carney||FFP – February Fight Party|
|LOSS||Todd Carney||ISCF – Atlanta|
|WIN||Phil Ensminger||RFC 1 – The Beginning|
|WIN||Toby Imada||XP 2 – Xtreme Pankration 2|
|LOSS||Chael Sonnen||HFP 1 – Rumble on the Reservation|
|WIN||Todd Carney||ISCF – Battle at the Brewery 2001|
|WIN||Brian Warren||UP 1 – Ultimate Pankration 1|
Fight History – Amateur
|WIN||Lionel Cortez||ISCF – Submission Fighting Open 6|
|WIN||Ernie Ward||ISCF – Submission Fighting Open 6|
After having had a glorious career, he took early retirement in 2012. He is also engaged with the media profession.
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