Dan Miller (fighter)

Dan Miller (fighter)

Daniel James Miller (born June 30, 1981) is an American mixed martial artist currently competing in the welterweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship. He is the older brother of fellow MMA fighter Jim Miller.

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Dan Miller (fighter) - Mixed Martial Arts Record
... Professional record breakdown 21 matches 14 wins 6 losses By knockout 0 ... By submission 0 ... By decision 6 ... No contests 1 Result Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes Win 14-6 (1) Ricardo Funch Submission (guillotine choke) UFC on FX Maynard vs ... Guida 02012-06-22June 22, 312 ... Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States Loss 13-6 (1) Rousimar Palhares Decision (unanimous) UFC 134 02011-08-27August 27, 500 ... Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Loss 13-5 (1) Nate Marquardt Decision (unanimous) UFC 128 02011-03-19March 19, 500 ... Newark, New Jersey, United States Win 13-4 (1) Joe Doerksen Decision (split) UFC 124 02010-12-11December 11, 500 ... Montreal, Quebec, Canada Win 12-4 (1) John Salter Submission (ninja choke) UFC 118 02010-08-28August 28, 153 ... Boston, Massachusetts, United States Loss 11-4 (1) Michael Bisping Decision (unanimous) UFC 114 02010-05-29May 29, 500 ... Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Loss 11-3 (1) Demian Maia Decision (unanimous) UFC 109 02010-02-06February 6, 500 ... Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Loss 11-2 (1) Chael Sonnen Decision (unanimous) UFC 98 02009-05-23May 23, 500 ... Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Win 11-1 (1) Jake Rosholt Submission (guillotine choke) UFC Fight Night Lauzon vs ...

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