In that same video, Miller claims this fight is the "most important fight in [his] life" and has been training like a beast in order to overcome his loss to Michael Bisping on the Ultimate Fighter 14 finale.
A jiu-jitsu black belt, Miller is going to work on getting his opponent on the mat and lock in one of the many devastating holds he has in his arsenal.
Dollaway has shown in his two failed attempts to grab The Ultimate Fighter crown that he has issues defending against submission holds, which Miller should have no problem capitalizing on tonight when the two lock horns.
Mayhem has also been preparing for Dollaway's amateur wrestling background by training with fellow UFC fighter and former United States Marine Jake Ellenberger.
This bout is important for both fighters considering their recent losing ways, with fellow Bleacher Report Featured Columnist Tim McTiernan believing the loser could be out of a job.
Dollaway commented on his losing streak to Odeen Domingo of azcentral.com stating:
"They're not going to keep you around if you keep losing...I want to get back on track and still be around this sport and be relevant."
Miller is the favorite in this bout for a reason. His submission skills and jiu-jitsu background will be a deadly combination for Dollaway, who has shown an inability to counter and stay out of holds through out his career.
All this adds up to what should be a predictable victory for Mayhem Miller on FX tonight.