Tim Kennedy took to his Twitter account in an effort to fill Jason Miller’s spot on The Ultimate Fighter Finale if “Mayhem’s” legal troubles keep him out of a planned fight with fellow coach Michael Bisping.
“Jason “Mayhem” Miller might not be able to fight the Ultimate Fighter Finale. Should I be the replacement against Michale Bisping?,” Kennedy wrote.
Miller, who was arrested on simple assault and false imprisonment charges on August 7, had the following to say in response to Kennedy.
“Hey @TimKennedyMMA it would be nice to see you whoop Bisping, but don’t worry, I’m not losing my turn. I’ll leave some for you,” Miller wrote.
Kennedy, a full-time member of the U.S. Army, is currently a Strikeforce fighter.
For now, it would seem that “Mayhem” is planning on meeting “The Count” on December 3 from Las Vegas at The Ultimate Fighter 14 Finale.