Jim Miller Scores 23-Second Knockout Victory at UFC Vegas 74
Jim Miller, the veteran UFC fighter, extended his record for the most wins in UFC history to 25 with a stunning 23-second knockout victory over newcomer Jesse Butler at UFC Vegas 74. Butler accepted the bout on just two days’ notice after Jared Gordon was deemed ineligible to compete. Miller, who is one of the most durable and respected veterans in the game, made quick work of Butler, who was already fighting an uphill battle.
As soon as the action got started, Butler was swinging for the fences, but that just allowed Miller to return fire with more power and better accuracy. After he pushed Butler back towards the cage, Miller unleashed a brutal left hook that connected flush on the chin. In rapid-fire succession, Miller then threw a left uppercut behind it that snapped Butler’s head back as he folded in half on his way to the ground.
The knockout also went to the top of Miller’s resume as the fastest finish in his career, which tops a 58-second submission he scored against Clay Guida back in 2019. The win puts Miller one step closer towards his ultimate goal to compete at UFC 300. However, judging by his demeanor and performance on Saturday, he might stick around well past that historic date as well.
Miller’s Ultimate Goal and Career Plans
Miller’s ultimate goal is to compete at UFC 300, but he also wants to end his career the way he started it, fighting as often as he can. At this point in his career, he just wants to have good fights. Miller appreciates the heck out of Jesse, who came in on just over two days’ notice. He had a great camp and was feeling good. When he’s on, he is dangerous for anybody in the world.
Miller’s performance at UFC Vegas 74 was jaw-dropping, and it puts him in a good position to achieve his ultimate goal. He is one of the most respected veterans in the game, and his record speaks for itself. Miller’s fans can’t wait to see what he does next, and they are excited to see him compete at UFC 300.
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