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Saturday, 02/18/2012, 04:09 pm

Mayhem Miller vs. C.B. Dollaway In The Works For UFC 146

A middleweight contest between Jason “Mayhem” Miller and C.B. Dollaway is reportedly in the works for UFC 146 in Las Vegas.

The UFC has yet to announce this bout as official, but a twitter post from “Mayhem” hinted that the bout is indeed about to be finalized.

UFC 146 is set to take place on in May’s UFC 146 event set to take place in Las Vegas Nevada’s MGM Grand Garden Arena. In the main event UFC heavyweight champion, Junior Dos Santos will attempt to defend his title against Alistair Overeem.

When and if this matchup is made official by the UFC we will announce it with an update and full fight breakdown.

Stay Tuned…

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9 Responses to “Mayhem Miller vs. C.B. Dollaway In The Works For UFC 146”

  1. the original steve says:

    well lets hope mayhem wont be an embarrassment this time

  2. Nick says:

    hmm. I think Mayhem can take this one.

  3. Mud says:

    Mayhem is going to have this guy saying “Breaker, Breaker… Did I go to sleep? Where am I?”

  4. Xaninho says:

    If the jitters stay away this time he can hopefully perform like he used to.

  5. bill says:

    no mayhem will be ok i thought he had been around long enough to be fine with all the attention but anyone who knows who miller is and has seen what he can do knows that first performance was not the real mayhem, im glad dana gave him a second chance hes given other fighters with a shittier name and less talent more chances than he has given jason so i just hope he gets the proper chance to make a bang in the ufc, im glad they signed him

  6. Ninja Oreo Dollop says:

    I am glad he’s getting another chance. His fight with Bisping was strange.

    • Xaninho says:

      yeah true that. I’ve seen him in 3 round wars and the Bisping fight was not at all like that, it’s not like him to gas out that fast. During the walk to the octagon I saw him taking a few very deep breaths already, it was obvious he was having trouble with the importance of the fight.

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