Jim Miller is not a fan of waiting around for a fight to happen, but if he’s successful at UFC on Versus 5 on Sunday night against Ben Henderson and gets a title shot, this is one time he’ll take a seat on the sidelines and wait.
Although Miller has always been the man to step up whenever and against whomever when the the UFC needs someone for a fight, he’s finally getting to the point in his career where he believes that if he is told he’s getting the next shot, he’s gonna wait for it.
Miller will be looking for his eighth win in a row at UFC on Versus 5, but he may also be fighting for a shot at the UFC lightweight title.
Check out what he had to say about all this and more in his exclusive one-on-one interview with MMAWeekly.com‘s Damon Martin…
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