Jason “Mayhem” Miller hasn’t fought since retiring a year ago following a pair of UFC defeats in his only appearance for the promotion. Since recent surgeries, Miller isn’t throwing out the notion of a return to the sport.
“I got some mileage on me for 32,” said Miller on My FOX LA. “Have I thought about fighting? All the time! Every time anybody brings anything up. I’m an intense guy. Now, I have to have two knee surgeries. I’m going to rebuild him. Make him faster, stronger. Then, we’ll talk about it.”
The former UFC employee said the company lied when they offered to pay for his surgery and wouldn’t be seeking a job there. UFC president Dana White fired Miller the day after his retirement for unknown reasons.
Miller joined the UFC after time for the WEC, DREAM and Strikeforce. He retired at 28-9.