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Jason ‘Mayhem’ Miller Officially Charged With Vandalism

Written on September 06, 2012 by Avlya Jaie

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Jason ‘Mayhem’ Miller allegedly vandalized a Mission Hills Church

Former UFC and Strikeforce fighter Jason ‘Mayhem’ Miller faces a vandalism charge from the Orange County District Attorney after allegedly trashing a Baptist Church in Mission Viejo, California.

According an incident report, the Sheriff’s office was called to the to the Mission Hills Baptist Church, last August 13, after a possible “break-in”. The officers “found the first and second floors covered in white fire extinguisher spray. Cops say the place was also trashed — scattered CDs, books, and broken pictures.”

Miller was released the day after after placing a $20,000 bond. He is scheduled to be arraigned on November 21, 2012.

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The Ultimate Fighter 14 Finale Results: Michael Bisping Defeats Jason Mayhem

Written on December 05, 2011 by Markham Mencken

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The Ultimate Fighter 14 Finale results, Michael Bisping defeats Jason 'Mayhem' Miller, wins by TKO

The Ultimate Fighter Season 14 Finale which took place in Palms Casino, Las Vegas featured Coach Michael “The Count” Bisping defeating his rival and MTV’s Bully Beatdown host, Jason “Mayhem” Miller by technical knockout (TKO). The show which took place on Saturday, December 3, 2011 featured the outcome of two 16-man match that named the […]

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Mayhem Miller: No Fight Offer Due to Strikeforce Ban

Written on May 04, 2011 by Markham Mencken

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"I could have been making income and capitalizing on the fact that my body is great and I know how to fight." --- Jason 'Mayhem' Miller, MMA fighter

Strikeforce had Jason ‘Mayhem’ Miller under contract, but refused to offer him a chance to fight without explaining why. Until the fighter’s contract expired and inked a new one under UFC did Mayhem learn of the reason. According to UFC President, Dana White, Jason Miller was banned from CBS – the owner of Showtime – for his contribution in last years post-fight brawl that exploded live in CBS in Nashville. Unfortunately, representatives from Showtime – Strikeforce’s TV partner – declined to comment on the situation.

Albeit no one told Jason ‘Mayhem’ Miller, he obviously suspected. Hence, he made his way into the cage to challenge then-middleweight champion, Jake Shields, for a rematch. However, Mayhem was mobbed by the title holder’s camp. Jason Miller was one of the five fighters to be fined and suspended after the row. But unlike other fighters who were also involved, he was not allowed to go back right to work.

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Strikeforce: Columbus Scraps Miller vs Kennedy

Written on February 01, 2011 by Markham Mencken

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Sad news to all Tim Kennedy and Mayhem Miller fans. Your much awaited Miller vs Kennedy bout for Strikeforce: Columbus has been scrapped from the list.

According to a Strikeforce official, the promotion scrapped the Mayhem Miller vs Tim Kennedy for their Ohio event this coming March. Reason for this change was not given, but spokesperson, Mike Afromiwitz, pointed out that the match-up has never been signed in the first place. And albeit Ohio was expected to get the rubber match, the fighters will be shifted to other bouts.

Tentatively dubbed as “Strikeforce: Columbus”, the March 5 event will take place at the Nationwide Arena as part of the promotion’s Ohio debut. The event will headline a light heavyweight fight between Dan Henderson and Rafael “Feijao” Cavalcante, that will air live on Showtime.

What other match-ups would you like to see at Strikeforce: Columbus? Maybe Strikeforce is listening, so let your requests be known by leaving a comment.

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Shaping Up: DREAM.16 Fight Card

Written on September 06, 2010 by Markham Mencken

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Building a fight card for DREAM.16 has faced many hurdles on its way. And though it raised some eyebrows from the media, FEG was able to make form for the event.

Finally! After three weeks out, the DREAM.16 fight card is already shaping up. Last Sunday, Fighting and Entertainment Group (FEG) revealed some of the matches that will be featured in the event. DREAM Lightweight Champion Shinya Aoki will face Marcus Aurelio in a non-title match, Kazuyuki Miyata will fight against Takeshi Inoue, and Joachim Hansen will try to make his first win at the featherweight versus Hideo Tokoro. DREAM’s official YouTube Channel, on the other hand, confirmed that Kazushi Sakuraba will compete against Jayson Miller.

Kazuyuki Miyata was supposed to have a match versus Sengoku featherweight champion Marlon Sandro, but was scratched off late during the negotiation. The DREAM vs SRC aspect of DREAM.16 was also abandoned after an unsuccessful agreement between DREAM representatives and Sengoku. The event is scheduled for September 25, at Nippon Gaishi Hall in Nagoya, Japan, and is set to air live in North America via HDNet. DREAM.16 will serve as the final for DREAM Light Heavyweight Grand Prix, and is expected to crown the first champion in the division.

DREAM.16 – Sept. 25th at Nippon Gaishi Hall in Nagoya, Japan

Light Heavyweight Championship
Gegard Mousasi vs. Tatsuya Mizuno

Shinya Aoki vs. Marcus Aurelio
Joachim Hansen vs. Hideo Tokoro
Kazuyuki Miyata vs. “Lion” Takeshi Inoue
Jason “Mayhem” Miller vs. Kazushi Sakuraba

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