Jim Miller is one of the oldest active fighters in the UFC. His UFC career spans over three decades; stepping into the realm in 2008.
Along the way, Miller has also picked up the active record of the longest total fight time in history. His time of 5 hours, 36 minutes, and 47 seconds is truly exemplary.
Throughout his industrious career, Miller never saw a title shot. Despite being the number one contender at one point, Miller never took to the Octagon to contend for a championship belt. However, this has not deterred him from continuing the combat.
— ESPN MMA (@espnmma) April 10, 2021
Miller will be taking the stage once again at UFC Vegas 23 against Joe Solecki. In doing so, he sets the record for the most fight appearances in the UFC. As a result, he will become the recipient of the UMF title, which stands for UFC Most Fights.
Jim is known for having fought top-tier talents like Nate Diaz, Charles Oliveira, and Dustin Poirier. His MMA record of 32 wins and 15 losses includes some of the most cracking fights the Octagon has seen.
A Big Moment for Jim Miller
Jim Miller will be welcoming UFC newcomer, Joe Solecki, to the Octagon for his 37th UFC fight. The 37-year-old has also been battling Lyme disease for most of his UFC career.
‘A-10’ however, is showing no signs of slowing down. Not once has he spoken about retiring from the sport. Many suggest Miller is holding out for one more shot at a title. Others feel that Jim is simply a fan of the sport and continues to fight for the thrill and the competition.
Miller remains determined to keep fighting. He is an example that age is just a number and records are meant to be broken. Miller Vs Solecki will take place on Saturday 10th April, at UFC APEX, Enterprise, Nevada (US).
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