‘Mayhem’ Miller pulls a knife on live TV

The life trajectory of former Strikeforce middleweight title

contender, UFC fighter, and

The

Ultimate Fighter coach

Jason

“Mayhem” Miller continues its downward spiral.

Since being released by the UFC after losing a unanimous

decision to CB Dollaway at UFC 146, Mayhem has been involved with

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target="_blank">misdemeanor vandalism, and now, pulling a

knife on live television.

 

During

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target="_blank">an interview with James Koh of myFOXla’s “Cage

Talk”, the 32-year-old Miller discussed a possible MMA

comeback, multiple knee surgeries,

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corporate monarchies the UFC, and his new

t-shirt brand

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target="_blank">Stubborn. In an impromptu product demo, Miller

whipped out a knife and began carving up his own t-shirt. Or as he

put it, “Mayheming” the shirt.

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His debut design (pictured above) features notable genius

Albert Einstein explaining the effects of a well-applied triangle

choke. “This is explaining to the simpler of us monkeys what a

triangle choke can do to you,” Mayhem said of Stubborn. “Do not try

this at home, kids.”

Indeed.

 

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