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UFC 300: The unbelievable story of UFC veteran Jim Miller



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UFC veteran Jim Miller. Photo via YouTube

UFC fan favorite Jim Miller is one of the most seasoned veterans to ever compete in MMA.

The 40-year-old is currently on a two-fight winning streak going as he’s into the cage against Bobby Green at UFC 300. The fight further cements Miller as a legendary fighter, as he will become the only athlete to compete at UFC 100, UFC 200 and UFC 300.

“I think I started mentioning fighting on this card in 2020, maybe 2019, something like that – and we’re here and I’m performing. When I first started talking about it, it was like, ‘OK, maybe I’ll drag myself to that card’,” Miller said at the recent UFC 300 pre-fight press conference.

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Jim Miller stats

The American 40-year-old made his pro MMA debut in 2005 and joined the UFC in 2008. All in all the veteran has competed 55 times as a professional mixed martial arts fighter.

While Miller was never a household name among casual fans, he’s for sure a favorite amongst die-hard UFC fans and currently holds the UFC records for most bouts, most total wins, and most wins in the lightweight division.

Let’s take a closer look at the crazy stats of Jim Miller below!

  • UFC debut: 2008 (UFC 89)
  • Competed at UFC 100 (defeated Mac Danzig)
  • Competed at UFC 200 (defeated Takanori Gomi)
  • Total UFC fights: 43
  • Wins: 26
  • Finishes: 18
  • Submission wins: 12
  • Fight Night bonuses: 15
  • Total fight time: 6:56:44

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