Former ICON Sport middleweight champion Jason “Mayhem” Miller has revealed he will be returning to action on May 11 at DREAM.3 in Japan, according to MMANews.com.
Miller revealed to the website that his opponent on the show will be Katsuyori Shibata.
Miller, 20-5, has not competed since fighting for Mark Cuban’s HDNet Fights in Dallas on December 15. Miller fought in the co-featured main event on the card, defeating Tim Kennedy via unanimous decision and avenging a prior loss to Kennedy in 2003 in the process.
Miller has been idle since December in large part due to a leg injury that required the use of crutches at one point during his recovery.
The charismatic fighter holds career victories over current EliteXC middleweight champion Robbie Lawler, Falaniko Vitale, Denis Kang, and Hiromitsu Miura. In addition to ICON, HDNet Fights and DREAM, Miller has also competed for the UFC, WEC, and the now-defunct WFA.
The May 11 show for DREAM is set to feature matches from the second round of its lightweight Grand Prix.