(HawaiiNewsNow) - Jason "Mayhem" Miller said he'd retire if he lost to C.B. Dolloway at UFC 146.
Well, he did, so Monday he told The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani, that he was retiring from MMA.
Miller, a former Hawaii resident and ICON sport champion, said he'd pursue other business ventures (hinting that he may seek to duplicate the success he reached as a host for MTV's "Bully Beatdown" show.)
This came one day after Miller was reportedly fired by the UFC.
UFC President Dana White told reporters during a press conference that Miller was "done" in the UFC and hinted that Miller had gotten into a backstage altercation prior to his fight with Dolloway.
Miller's professional record is 23-9, 0-3 in UFC events.