Jason “Mayhem” Miller has had found himself in a string of legal trouble, with the former UFC fighter being arrested on domestic violence charges earlier in the month. UFC president Dana White didn’t know what to make of the situation and isn’t a supporter of Miller.
“I don’t think you can compare him to any other fighter,” said White to MMA Fighting. “Let’s just say, not normal. His life is bad enough without me adding to it. This guy fought in the UFC three times and never won one fight. I wouldn’t compare him to anyone else in the sport because I never met anyone like ‘Mayhem’ Miller. I’m not a big fan, I never have been a fan, and I’m not gonna be a fan anytime soon.”
In his two UFC outings, Miller was defeated by Michael Bisping and C.B. Dollaway. He’s now retired, but suggested he could return since undergoing several operations.
The former Bully Beatdown host has been negative towards White and the UFC. He’s complained they lied about offering to pay for his surgeries.
Last summer, Miller was arrested for breaking into a church. He escaped jail time.