UFC lightweight Jim Miller knew he’d eventually have to fight Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone, and he was right in his thinking. The two meet in the UFC Fight Night 45 main event in Atlantic City. more
UFC lightweight Donald Cerrone's 2014 could not be going significantly better. He's fought three times in the year so far, winning all three by stoppage. If you count his second-round win over Jim Miller in the main event of UFC Fight Night 45 (UFC Fight Night: Cerrone vs. Miller), two of those three stoppage wins came by way of head kick knockout.
The victory was enough for Cerrone to earn $50,000 in a Performance of the Night bonus, which was announced by UFC President Dana White on Twitter: T more
Undefeated UFC lightweight Khabib Nurmagomedov revealed that he is yet to get a call regarding his next fight, but that he expects it will be the winner of the Cerrone vs. Miller main event on July 16. Khabib Nurmagomedov is still waiting to find out who his next opponent will be inside the octagon.
"The Eagle," who picked up arguably the biggest win of his UFC career when he defeated Brazil's Rafael dos Anjos via unanimous decision back in April, was hoping the win would elevate him towards a t more
Two incredibly talented lightweight fighters who despite their tenure inside the Octagon, are still searching for their first UFC title shot. If Jim Miller has his way, it will be yet another setback for Donald Cerrone, who can expect to be "put away early" when they hook 'em up in the main event of UFC Fight Night 45 on July 16, 2014, inside Revel Resorts in Atlantic City, NJ. Between the two of them, they have a combined six-straight wins with five finishes. Take note UFC, as that's how you ma more
This Wednesday night, a pivotal fight takes place in the lightweight division when Donald Cerrone squares off against Jim Miller in Atlantic City.
Cerrone is on a three-fight win streak, all of which were finishes that he earned fight-night bonuses for. The fight against Miller will arguably be Cerrone's biggest fight since a first-round TKO loss to Anthony Pettis in 2013.
Miller comes into the fight having won three of his last four, and his last two in a row. Both of his last two wins have bee more
This Wednesday's UFC Fight Night 45 in Atlantic City, New Jersey, is headlined by a lightweight clash between the Garden State's own Jim Miller and Donald Cerrone. This is a matchup with major title implications, therefore making it a pivotal scrap inside the Octagon at 155 pounds. Miller, the most recognizable face from Whippany, New Jersey's AMA Fight Club, enters the bout ranked as the No. 7 lightweight in the world, according to the UFC's official rankings. The 30-year-old was a dark-horse t more
Miller becomes the latest lightweight to voice his displeasure at the lack of title fights in the 155-pound weight class. Lorenzo Fertitta, you have Jim Miller on line one.
Much has been made about the lack of title defenses in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight division due to fact that Anthony Pettis has been on the sidelines with a knee injury.
After former division kingpin Ben Henderson voiced his displeasure with the lack of title defenses since he lost the title to "Showt more
Wednesday night, Donald Cerrone and Jim Miller main evented UFC Fight Night 45 in Atlantic City. It was a fight that did not disappoint. In a bout that lasted under two rounds, Cerrone was able to knock Miller out with a nasty head kick. It was a finish that was the end to a scrappy bout between two of the best lightweights in the world.
So, what did we learn? Here is a a breakdown of what we learned and what each fighter should do going forward. What We'll Remember About This Fight
The vicious more
Wednesday night, Jim Miller stepped into the UFC Octagon opposite fellow lightweight contender Donald Cerrone. However, things did not go the way of Miller in this bout, as he succumbed to a second-round head-kick knockout loss in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
The loss for Miller knocks him out of contention for the time being. He is tough as nails and well-rounded as they come, but he has failed to break through to a title consideration with a performance against a fellow top lightweight.
Where do more