"It's one of the most lopsided fights I've ever seen. I'm disagreeing with people," White said.
Bisping vs. Miller was the accumulation of a season's worth of bad blood and tension as opposing coaches on the recent season of The Ultimate Fighter. In the bout, Bisping displayed great takedown defense, holding off numerous attempts from Miller.
"I didn't give 'Mayhem' Miller the first round. He had a quarter of a mount and didn't do a thing and actually, Bisping was landing punches. I think Bisping landed more shots, did more damage. I go for damage and I think Bisping did more damage in the first round than Mayhem did," White said.
Miller was noticeably fatigued as the fight wore on which allowed Bisping to pick a part "Mayhem" with crisp boxing combinations en route to a third round TKO. In the post fight interview, Miller acknowledged that he tired quicker than he would've liked. In his second UFC appearance, first fighting George St. Pierre at UFC 52, Miller's UFC career might be coming to an end before it ever took off.
"I don't know (if we'll see Mayhem back in the UFC). We'll see. He didn't have a good performance against Georges St. Pierre and he definitely didn't have a good performance against Michael Bisping," White said.
Time will tell whether or not Miller stays in the UFC. For Bisping, his win over Miller extends his win streak to four in a row.