Jim Miller (born August 30, 1983) is an American mixed martial artist, who currently competes in the UFC lightweight division. He currently holds the UFC records for most bouts, most total wins, and most wins in its lightweight division. He is the younger brother of former UFC fighter Dan Miller.
UFC MAIN CARD :
MAGOMED ANKALAEV VS JOHNNY WALKER 2
MATHEUS NICOLAU VS MANEL KAPE
JIM MILLER VS GABRIEL BENITEZ
RICKY SIMON VS MARIO BAUTISTA
PHIL HAWES VS BRUNNO FERREIRA
ANDREI ARLOVSKI VS WALDO CORTES-ACOSTA
MATTHEW SEMELSBERGER VS PRESTON PARSONS
MARCUS MCGHEE VS GASTON BOLANOS
FARID BASHARAT VS TAYLOR LAPILUS
WESTIN WILSON VS JEAN SILVA
Gabriel Benítez (born June 15, 1988) is a Mexican mixed martial artist. He was a contestant on The Ultimate Fighter: Latin America 1, and he competes in the featherweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).
The Ultimate Fighter: Latin America 1
Benítez was selected as one of the cast members for The Ultimate Fighter: Latin America 1 , UFC The Ultimate Fighter TV series, under Team Cain Velasquez in April 2014.
In elimination round, Benítez submitted Diego Rivas via rear-naked choke in round 2. Benítez next faced Leonardo Morales in the semifinals and he lost by unanimous decision.
Miller had his first professional fight on November 19, 2005, against Eddie Fyvie at Reality Fighting 10. Miller controlled the fight and earned a unanimous decision. Miller earned two more victories in the promotion over Kevin Roddy and Joe Andujar, both via the first-round submission. The quick victories earned Miller a title shot and he fought Muhsin Corbbrey for the Reality Fighting Lightweight Championship.
Miller mounted Corrbrey in the second round and battered his opponent before securing an armbar for the victory. In his first title defense, Miller took on future UFC Lightweight Champion Frankie Edgar at Reality Fighting 14. Edgar controlled the fight, but Miller secured a tight guillotine late in the final round. Edgar fought through the choke to earn the unanimous decision.
Miller debuted with the Cage Fury Fighting Championships in a Lightweight Championship bout on April 13, 2007, against Evo Fight Club’s Al Buck. Jim fought on the same card as his brother for the first time since Reality Fighting XII and both were victorious. Miller and Buck squared off but were forced to separate early after an accidental knee to Buck’s groin.
When the fight resumed, Miller began working for a takedown and after escaping an attempted guillotine, secured a slam, from which he quickly attained the mount and then the back, sinking in a rear-naked choke for the win.