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Miller's next fight

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  1. Dr Choke MD White Belt

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    Is anyone else interested in seeing Jim Miller fight the winner of Pettis/Cerrone in 2013? No matter what guy wins, it would be a great fight!
     
  2. BayStyles Black Belt

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    Maybe, especially if Melendez does get that immediate title shot.

    Lot's of possiblities


    Gray Maynard rematch
    Melendez if he doesn't get a title shot
    Jamie Varner
    Eddie Alvarez if he comes to the UFC
    winner of Pettis/Cerrone
     
  3. Mooner Banned Banned

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    If Pettis wins, he gets the title shot.
     
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    Jim Miller vs Jamie Varner
    or
    Jim Miller vs Thiago Tavares/Khabib Nurmagomedov winner

    these fights make the most sense to me
     
  5. wellsdj1 Red Belt

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    It's going to be Miller vs Varner on the Jones vs Sonnen card.
     
  6. Minnja Touch-Butt white belt Platinum Member

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    Cerrone v. Pettis loser imo should fight Miller.

    If Gilbert isn't getting an immediate shot, he should have to fight Miller.
     
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    i think maynard will beat him most of the time. i wouldn't mind seeing him vs the loser of pettis/cerrone.
     
  8. LaffertyDaniel Orange Belt

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    I'd guess Varner. It appears this Alvarez thing might drag on.
     
  9. PAPERCLIP30 Silver Belt

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    loser of pettis/cerrone or Varner works for me.
     
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    For those of you who think it should be Varner, how do you think that fight goes? I want Varner to fight someone like Grant or dos Anjos before he fights guys like Diaz, Miller, or the likes.
     
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    winner? no. Loser? yes.
     
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    Maynard, Alvarez or Melendez if he doesn't get a shot
     
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    Rafael Dos Anjos/Jamie Varner/Eddie Alvarez
     
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    All of those fights would be excellent, and competitive.
    For those wanting Jim to rematch Gray, why? If you watch their last fight, if you're a Miller fan, again why?
     
  17. Kid Fury Green Belt

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    If Pettis wins give him the title shot and do Miller/Melendez. If he loses match up Cerrone/Miller.
     

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