Jason "Mayhem" Miller has proven his toughness in and out of the ring and he will put his resiliency to the test against a game Lodune Sincaid. Sincaid who is a TUF 1 (Ultimate Fighter T.V. Show) veteran has put an impressive streak together including a victory over James Irvin and will be looking to put Miller's name on his resume of victories.
Jason "Mayhem" Miller has proven his toughness in and out of the ring and he will put his resiliency to the test against a game Lodune Sincaid. Sincaid who is a TUF 1 (Ultimate Fighter T.V. Show) veteran has put an impressive streak together including a victory over James Irvin and will be looking to put Millers name on his resume of victories. The man they call "Mayhem" for his part has been training hard in a top secret CIA facility in the Western Iraq region to prepare for war against the durable Sincaid. Will training with muzzled bears in a top secret training facility be enought to overtake his opponent, will his "Mayhem Monkeys" give him the strength to move up the MMA ladder to potential superstardom in the WFA? Read on and hear what he has to say as he prepares for his July 22nd superfight in the new and improved WFA.
Arnold The Sushiboy Lim: Hello Mr. Miller
Jason Mayhem Miller: In an ominous voice: I have been expecting you
MMARR: First of all how have you been doing?
JM: I am doing good, I am slaloming mountains at an undisclosed location, a top secret CIA military base.
MMARR: You are doing what?
JM: Slaloming though the mountains, write that down, pass that on, chew that up, digest that
MMARR: Tell me about your training you are going to be fighting Lodune Sincaid, here coming up pretty quick, what are your thoughts on fighting Lodune Sincaid? He is improving quite a bit coming off the TV show.
JM: Yes he has, but not enough
.my Mayhem Blast He has improved
MMARR: Who are you training with these days to prepare for your fight with Lodune Sincaid?
JM: I am training with an excellent, top secret, camp of elite commandos from all over the globe.
MMARR: So it is top secret you cannot let it be known at this point
JM: I will let you in on some classified information, if my phone call doesnt drop out because my satellite phone isnt working here in the western Iraq region.
MMARR: I see
the western Iraq region?
Jason "Mayhem" Miller is training at a top secret CIA facility in the western Iraq region?
JM: That is where I am training.
MMARR: Well you are the first person I ever met, who trains in western Iraq.
JM: Yeah right, what did I tell you, it is a secret facility.
MMARR: You have jumped around the weights between 170-185 of late, you fought in the UFC against Georges St. Pierre at 170, and fought Chael Sonnen at even heavier, where do you feel that your weight lies?
JM: Well honestly dude, I know I am a 185 pounder, I am chasing money up and down the weight scale, I fought a dude that was 370 pounds a little bit ago, so whatever, I am just fighting whoever, whatever, whoever
MMARR: So if the right offer is made to you, you would fight pretty much at any weight?
JM: Yeah definitely, I mean yeah why wouldnt I?
MMARR: When you went down to 170 was it a difficult weight cut for you to make that weight?
JM: Well hey, hell yeah dude I was emaciated. Anyone who saw that Georges St. Pierre fight, I looked like a walking skeleton. Yeah, I dont know maybe some chicks think that is sexy but I dont know, but I prefer to have a little junk in my trunk and meat on my bones. And it is weird too because people are like Mayhem looks out of shape and I have never been in better shape in my life! What do I look fat? Hey they are giving me a complex! Just because I am fighting at 205 this one time, I see my future at 185, like thats my future, thats where Ill hold the belt, and that is where I will beat the piss out of everybody. But this opportunity presented itself; I just fought a guy that was 370. They wanted me to fight a guy at 205 so I was like alright lets do it.
Miller (on the right) hams it up as he makes the 170 lbs weight limit after taking out his Gold "TEEF"
MMARR: What are your thoughts on the WFA coming back?
JM: Let me just tell you, I didnt believe in the WFA at all, because I have been to an old WFA show and I was like ahh whatever! I am from Missouri, well I am not really from Missouri but it is the Show me state and I was like show me. Big, they are showing me, you know what I mean? They have everything, they stole Amber from the UFC, (Former UFC Ring Girl) they got all this talent, they got a great card, they got the right fricken people, they got the right
Yo word is born son!
MMARR: Looking up and down the WFA card, other then your fight, is there any other fight on the card that you are looking forward to seeing from a fans perspective?
JM: Oh Yeah, freaking Lindland and Rampage! Holy CRAP! That is going to be awesome! Olympic silver medalist wrestler vs. a damn Ghetto tough, Ghetto street black man, holy crap thats awesome. And Rampage looks highly trained. Especially the people who are discounting Rampage, man Rampage hired new coaches and he has got a whole new camp dude! He is going to be unstoppable. I really cant wait to see this. Now I have every respect for Lindland, so that is saying a lot for me to say this. To say that Rampage is going to beat up on Lindland, I have a lot of respect for Lindland, he is another one of my favorite fighters but I want to beat him up too.
MMARR: You have fought some pretty tough guys speaking of beating up guys, you fought the likes of Georges St. Pierre, obviously Stefan Gamlin who is like a monster, Denis Kang, and in your opinion, who was the toughest guy you ever fought in your MMA career?
JM: Georges St. Pierre whooped my ass pretty good, didnt you watch that fight?
Georges St. Pierre working the submission on a bloodied Mayhem
JM: That was a tough fight, as far as tough fights go that guy pretty much controlled me the entire time, another one was Sean Taylor, may he rest in peace. This guy, we lost him a couple of years ago, but that kid would fight until he was hamburger, he just wouldnt stop, he was a tough kid, I beat him but man dude I wish I
I was tired after that fight! I knew I had been in a fight.
MMARR: Tell me about fighting a guy that is 370 pounds, how do you prepare for something like that.
JM: You train with Giant Monkeys, you train with small bears actually, small bears with muzzles on, I fought a lot of small bears with muzzles on to prepare for that fight. It was excellent.
MMARR: Did you get any knockouts against those muzzled bears?
JM: Well you de-claw the bears, and I roll around, actually in meat and blood. Get them real fired up, you de-claw them put muzzles on them and I would wrestle with them for hours on end. Excellent technique by my new trainer, Juanito Abarro (spelling?) Juanito Abarro helped me out with the whole bear thing, he called Barnum and Bailey circus to get the bears, and I was prepared for Gamlin.
MMARR: That is pretty new technique, I would like to see video on that.
JM: Yeah Well, we are in a top secret training facility in Iraq. If you would like to see that I am going to have to issue a pass, to get into western Iraq.
MMARR: Well I wont push that too far, I dont want any chemical warfare shoved into my house or anything like that.
JM: No dont worry about that, I got that taken care of, they dont get in through Canada.
MMARR: How did you know I was from Canada?
JM: What are you talking ABOOT?
MMARR: You had some personal issues take place when you were with the Icon organization, everyone knows the story there
JM: Let me stop you there, everybody doesnt know the story, everybody thinks they know the story, and everyone thinks they are a genius about it. You know every internet fanboy thinks he is fucking Matlock, and has solved the crime, the great caper, but dude it is overblown. It is you know the most ridiculous bullshit that I have ever seen you know
like get out of here with that. I cant really talk about it but I just want to voice my concern about people who think they know, but have no idea. This is the true life, of Mayhem Miller.
MMARR: Are those troubles behind you at all?
JM: I wouldnt say that they are not behind me at all, otherwise that damn Arnold Lim wouldnt be speaking to me about it.
MMARR: You have some cool stuff going on, Tell me, what is a Mayhem Monkey?
JM: We have like 500 members join daily, you know what I am saying?
MMARR: Tell me straight from you, what is a Mayhem Monkey?
JM: You know what? Mayhem Monkeys know what they are! I dont have to explain it to them, I dont have to give you a dictionary definition per se, Mayhem Monkeys are all working towards a common cause, and only we know what that cause is.
MMARR: Are they all stocked up in Iraq?
JM: Hey buddy, that is classified information.
MMARR: Ok, I wont push that any further, what are your ultimate goals in MMA?
JM: My ultimate goals in MMA? To be the champ, what the hell would I be doing this for if I didnt want to be the champion?...I am good for the sport, I am trying to take this sport to the next level, and be a household name, not just a Royce Gracie, I am talking about everybody knows who. Im is. And that is not a mis-grammer either that is what I mean. Whom Im is.
MMARR: If you could fight any fighter in the world
JM: Rickson Gracie,
MMARR: Rickson Gracie why?
JM: Because he is Rickson freaking Gracie. He is flow with the go bro
He is Rickson Freaking Gracie! I know he is an old man, beat the piss out of him I dont care, I will take that W on my record.
MMARR: So you think you would beat the piss out of Rickson Gracie?
JM: Oh yeah without a doubt, he is old as hell!
MMARR: If he was the same age as you, how would that fight go?
JM: I would still beat the piss out of him. I would outwrestle him and out box him. Beat him with the double pump in the face piece.
MMARR: Who is the toughest guy you have ever trained with and learned the most from?
JM: Randy Couture
MMARR: Is he awesome or what?
JM: Him and Dan Henderson. As far as learning the most from, probably Randy for weight and strength and conditioning and stuff I have worked into my game and as far as moves I use, surprisingly Dan Henderson.
MMARR: Really? I am surprised; I thought you might say Marc Laimon.
JM: Yeah, I thought you meant in the last little while, of course Marc Laimon, my style has Marc Laimon all over it. You cant deny that, on the ground, that is who I try to be is Marc Laimon. But dude, the ground is one part of the big puzzle. You know what I mean? Yeah I submit people, yeah I grapple very similarly to Marc Laimon, however I gotta say that I like there are a lot of stuff I have learned, some new things recently that I have been bringing into my game so. It is cool because I watch tapes of myself from the last few fight, I am like shoot I have so much more now.
MMARR: What would you like to say to the fans out there, the Mayhem Monkeys out there?
JM: I dont have fans bro, I only have Monkeys. I have Monkeys and I have haters, and the haters make the Monkeys stronger, it is a beautiful thing actually.
MMARR: So that actually works out well for you!
JM: Well you know, if life hands me lemons, I make beef stew.
MMARR: Laughs, I have never made beef stew with lemons before.
JM: Hey that is what I do.
MMARR: OK then what would you like to say to the Mayhem Monkeys out there.
JM: Well you know There is nothing that really needs to be said to them, they are on my space and read my blogs and I dont need you Lim to communicate
I dont need
MMARR: How about the haters, anything you would like to say to the haters out there?
JM: No dude no I aint going to waste my time, I am not going to Tim Sylvia and get all angry at them. What is that going to do?
MMARR: It is going to feed your Mayhem monkeys and make them stronger,
JM: Exactly bro so they can keep hating, they can keep hating
and watch the money pile up I think it was 50 cent who said that
Millers foot splashed with his own blood and water from his water bottle