By Evan Stoumbelis
On Saturday night, during the UFC 146 prelims, we saw Jason “Mayhem” Miller face TUF runner-up CB Dollaway. After rocking Dollaway twice, the fight went to a decision, and Dollaway won the fight via unanimous decision.
During the post-fight press conference Dana White said that the UFC was done with the charismatic fighter following a backstage incident that took place after the fight. There was a rumor circulating that Mayhem had trashed the warm-up room, but we have yet to confirm this. Dana White said that Mayhem wouldn’t be fighting in the UFC or any other Zuffa company. If this holds to be true, it looks like fans wont be seeing much of Mayhem anymore, who is 0-3 in his UFC career. I decided to take this opportunity to look back at Mayhem’s lackluster career.
In 2005 Mayhem stepped into the Octagon against future Welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre at UFC 52. Mayhem went the distance with GSP and lost in a unanimous decision victory; Mayhem wouldn’t set foot in the Octagon for 5 years. During that time he fought for Dream, WEC, and WFA. In 2010, Mayhem coached season 14 of TUF, against Michael Bisping. In the finale, Mayhem suffered a brutal defeat at the hands of Bisping, leaving him 0-2 in the Octagon. Last Saturday, after months of Mayhem’s trash talking about how he would “beat the fart-face off Dollaway” Mayhem lost to Dollaway via decision, leaving him 0-3 in the Octagon.