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Jim Hettes has been forced out a planned UFC 159 matchup with Steven Siler, and Strikeforce import Kurt Holobaugh has agreed to take his place.
In his first bout since a Bellator Season 7 tournament loss to Lyman Good, Jim Wallhead returned to the win column in dominant fashion with a first-round submission victory over Matt Veach.
British welterweight standout Jim Wallhead has been quiet lately. However, “Judo Jim” spoke loud on Saturday at BAMMA 12, needing just over three minutes to brutalize and dispatch UFC vetera...
A featherweight bout between Steven Siler and Jim Hettes has been added to UFC 159.
A welterweight main event between Jim Wallhead and Matt Veach will top the bill for BAMMA 12.
Pat Healy will be the latest Strikeforce competitor to step into Octagon, as UFC officials recently announced that “Bam Bam” will square off with Jim Miller at UFC 159.
Jim Miller will return home to New Jersey for his next fight, as he welcomes Pat "Bam Bam" Healy to the Octagon at UFC 159.
TJ Grant has been riding a rocket ship since making the move to lightweight. He now believes he's ready, and UFC president Dana White agrees, for Top 10 fighters like Jim Miller.
Jim Miller has a match four years ago still on his mind.
"It was a fun fight to be in, that only makes me a sick-o," said Jim Miller following his UFC 155 victory over Joe Lauzon. Check out what else he had to say at the post-fight press conferenc...
Jim Miller may have taken his UFC 155 bout with Joe Lauzon on short notice, but the New Jersey native was anything but short on offense when fight night rolled around.
Jim Miller threw everything he had at Joe Lauzon at UFC 155 on Saturday night, but try as he might, he couldn't stop Lauzon, who had too much heart to give in.