Jim Miller Is Still One Bad MOFO

The UFC is known for showcasing fights between arguable the best fighters from around the world, and UFC lightweight pioneer, Jim ‘A10’ Miller, 32W 14L 1NC, has been going up against the very best for over decade. Miller, former college collegiate wrestler, and holder of a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt, first competed in the UFC back in 2008, winning his debut by submission via rear-naked choke. Last night at UFC Fight Night in Las Vegas, Nevada, over ten years and 20 victories in the UFC later, he still pulls off an incredible armbar submission against a very dangerous Roosevelt Roberts, 10W 2L. Miller showed he is still one bad MOFO, holding the most submission victories, most bouts, and most wins in the UFC lightweight division. Many fans and fighters alike were happy to see a pioneer of his magnitude, still able to win at the highest level against a very dangerous opponent. Jim Miller is a true martial artist, and it’s always a genuine excitement watching him compete inside the octagon.