The entertaining Miller was built for pro wrestling
In light of this weekend, this is the guy that TNA and Bellator need to be on the phone with right now.
Miller was let go by the UFC this weekend after a loss to C.B. Dollaway at UFC 146. UFC President Dana White said there was an incident after the fight. According to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer, Miller threw a temper tantrum after the loss.
Miller said on the MMA show The MMA Hour that he's retired. However, see the previous slide on Ortiz.
He has struggled in his recent fights. In the Dollaway fight, it looked like he injured his knee early and was never the same. He was also dominated in his other UFC fight against Michael Bisping.
However, Miller has been one of the most colorful and entertaining personalities in the sport.
In 2010, Miller incited a brawl on national television after a fight with then Strikeforce Middleweight Champion Jake Shields.
Miller interrupted Shields after his win over Dan Henderson, demanding a rematch. Shields had defeated Miller via unanimous decision in 2009.
Sounds like something straight out of pro wrestling, doesn't it?
He also became somewhat of a television personality as host of the MTV2 show Bully Beatdown and as a coach on season 14 of The Ultimate Fighter.
The over-the-top antics that have made Miller an annoyance to many in MMA would make him a star in pro wrestling.
Plus, you couldn't make up a better angle than the host of a show called Bully Beatdown going to a wrestling promotion where one of the top heels is named Bully Ray.