Miller has always been a staple in the division when it comes to tough tilts. He’s got good boxing, a durable chin, and an excellent ground game. Still, none of those things mattered much when he mixed it up with the stronger, better wrestler in Maynard. The TUF 5 alumnus controlled his foe for most of the match-up and outpointed him in the end, laying waste to Miller’s eight-fight winning streak in the process as well.
UFC lightweight Gray Maynard only has eleven wins on his record but, impressively, he can still lay claim to plenty of noteworthy wins against high-level adversaries inside the Octagon. The 34-year old originally entered the organization with a 2-0 mark and promptly went on to find a string of success after TUF 5 including triumphs over a former champion and two former title-contenders. Here’s a look back at some of the highlights of his run in the ring leading up to this weekend’s headlining tilt with Nate Diaz at the Ultimate Fighter 18 Finale… (Photos by USA Today Sports Images)
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