Height: 6'0" (183cm)
Weight: 185 lbs
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Jason Nicholas "Mayhem" Miller (born December 24, 1980) is an American mixed martial arts middleweight fighter known for both his flashy entrances and exciting fighting style. He primarily utilizes Brazilian Jiu-jitsu and Muay Thai, and trains at Team Quest in Temecula, California. Jason has also trained extensively with Randy Couture, Quinton Jackson "Rampage" and Marc Laimon. He regularly co-hosts "Mayhem Mondays" on the Jason Ellis Show on Sirius satellite radio.
Mayhem has fought in a variety of organizations, most notably ICON Sport, Ultimate Fighting Championship and DREAM. He holds wins over tough competition such as Falaniko Vitale, Ronald Jhun, Egan Inoue, Denis Kang, and Robbie Lawler.
After the Ronald Jhun fight, a riot broke out and Miller was punched in the back of the head by a fellow fighter, Mark Moreno. This set the stage for a grudge match, and Miller dominated Moreno, finishing him with an armbar at the end of round one- making the famous shaka sign before finishing him. Mayhem became most famous in a bloody battle with Canadian superstar Georges St. Pierre at UFC 52. He lost by unanimous decision.
On September 2, 2006, Mayhem won the Icon Sport Middleweight title from "Ruthless" Robbie Lawler by arm triangle in the third round. In December of the same year, Mayhem lost his first title defense to Frank Trigg via TKO in the second round, a fight many thought he was the favorite to win.
On October 5, 2006, Miller participated in Anything Goes, a professional wrestling event by Action Zone Wrestling, of which he is a fan. He challenged DDB to a "MMA Mayhem" match. He would go on to defeat DDB via tapout due to an armbar.
Mayhem is currently fighting for Japanese MMA-promotion DREAM where he was a part of the promotion's 2008 Middleweight Grand Prix. He was eliminated by Ronaldo de Souza at DREAM.4 in the semi-finals of the tournament. Miller lost a unanimous decision to "Jacare" in a bout that saw him defend submissions for the majority of the time.