Uriah Hall, Mayhem Miller confrontation at BAMMA (Video)

Aug 17, 2013; Boston, MA, USA; Uriah Hall (right) kicks John Howard (left) during a UFC middleweight match at the TD Garden. Howard won by a split-decision. Mandatory Credit: Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

There were some rumors over the weekend that The Ultimate Fighter season 17 finalist Uriah Hall and former mixed martial artist Jason “Mayhem” Miller were involved in a heated argument at a BAMMA event, but it was pure speculation and reporting with no video evidence.

However, today, there was a video of the evidence that surfaced on MMA Interviews that came with the following description:

The scene begins with Jason “Mayhem” Miller being aggressive to a woman who is apparently his ex girlfriend who he has allegedly assaulted in the recent past. She was visibly emotional and upset and he continued to yell at her. Uriah Hall poked his head in the situation and instantly Miller turned his aggression to him. He began with continuous rants of, “N**** please.” Then the video starts and you see the rest.

Mayhem was up in Hall’s face and clearly the instigator, so when he threw a racial slur at Hall it was the final straw.

It is highly unlikely that Hall will be punished by Zuffa for swinging at Mayhem, especially since he was asking for it.

You can check out the video of the altercation below:

Topics: Mayhem Miller, UFC, Uriah Hall

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  • James Walker

    Didnt hit him fast enough in my book…when Mayhem was trying to be physically threatening to his ex…he should have been decked…when he said that other word he should have definately been decked….and he didnt even get decked he got a love tap….

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