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James Andrew Miller (born August 30, 1983) is an American mixed martial artist. He is currently a competitor in the UFC's lightweight division. He currently holds the record of most wins in the UFC lightweight division and is the younger brother of former UFC fighter Dan Miller.

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Jim Miller breaking news and and highlights for UFC Fight Night 128 fight vs. Dan Hooker, with official Sherdog mixed martial arts stats, photos, videos, and more for the Lightweight fighter from United States.

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Lightweight Jim Miller's official UFC fighter profile with news, biography, skill breakdown, MMA fight record and career statistics, photos, video and weight class information.

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5987 tweets • 612 photos/videos • 95K followers. Check out the latest Tweets from Jim Miller (@JimMiller_155)

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Jim Miller is President of Adaptive Strategies, LLC, which provides consulting to private sector clients on strategy development and implementation, international engagement, and technology issues. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Atlantic Council, and on the Board of Advisors for Endgame, Inc. He is a member  ...

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9 hours ago ... Dan Hooker is somewhat taken aback by the fact he's just days away from fighting Jim Miller at UFC Fight Night 128.

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Get the latest fight results, record, history, videos, highlights and more for Jim Miller on ESPN.com.

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UFC on FX Results: Jim Miller defeats Melvin Guillard by submission (rear naked choke) at 2:04 of round 1. Fighter Stats. Age, 34. Height, 5'8". Weight, 155. Place of birth, Sparta, New Jersey, United States. Previous Fight. UFC Fight Night: Machida vs. Brunson October 28, 2017 Jim Miller vs. Francisco Trinaldo. Next Fight.

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69, 59, 49, And 39 Cents: Those are the prices per pound, give or take a dime, for bananas at four grocery stores where I regularly shop. And if my memory isn't failing me, those prices have been stable for a decade, perhaps more. I think I understand the pattern; the first three are in the order of perceived declining quality ...