Jason Miller Strikeforce

| April 4, 2011 | 0 Comments

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Strikeforce: Shields vs. Henderson

 

April 17th, Saturday

 

Strikeforce: Nashville” event and his title defense over UFC import Dan Henderson, middleweight champion Jake Shields was quick to apologize for a post-fight scuffle that marred the organization’s return to CBS airwaves.

 

Shields survived a near-knockout in the first round and later took control for a lopsided unanimous-decision win over Henderson; Shields spoke to broadcaster Gus Johnson for a customary post-fight interview.

 

The only similarities these guys really have in common is the fact that they are both coming off losses. The level of opponent isn’t even close as Stout tapped out last fight at the hands of Roger Carroll in October at a Clash the Kings event while Miller is fresh off a unanimous decision loss to middleweight champ Jake Shields.

 

Shields were understandably shocked, and though Coker usually holds his cards close to his chest, it was obvious the executive was bothered by the reports of what had transpired. Coker immediately condemned the actions and said penalties for those involved aren’t out of the question. First, though, he said he needs to review the tapes to see who instigated what and get a better idea of exactly what happened.

 

The only similarities these guys really have in common is the fact that they are both coming off losses. The level of opponent isn’t even close as Stout tapped out last fight at the hands of Roger Carroll in October at a Clash the Kings event while Miller is fresh off a unanimous decision loss to middleweight champ Jake Shields.

 

Shields were understandably shocked, and though Coker usually holds his cards close to his chest, it was obvious the executive was bothered by the reports of what had transpired. Coker immediately condemned the actions and said penalties for those involved aren’t out of the question. First, though, he said he needs to review the tapes to see who instigated what and get a better idea of exactly what happened.

The reason the ufc betting line on this fight is so high is that the man Miller is fighting just doesn’t come in with the kind of stats that make you want to back him. He has only managed a 9-7 professional record and has been a model of mediocrity lately, posting a 5-5 record in his last 10 fights.

 

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