Category: Mark Miller

Strikeforce Does the Right Thing for Local Fighters Miller and Davis

As most of you know, this past Saturday on CBS Strikeforce put on a great card offering over 11,000 fans at the Sears Center and the 5.46 millions at home, the chance to be part of a great MMA event that was not under the puppet strings of Dana White. To White’s dismay, Strikeforce’s M-1... Read more »

Chicago's MMA Fight Night A Great Success- See the Results

Despite the drive outside the downtown limits to be part of Sears Centre’s live CBS broadcast of Strikeforce / M-1 Global MMA Event this evening (Saturday, November 7th), Chicagoans had a blast. Mark a Midlothian resident sitting first row said, “It felt as exciting as being at the fights in Vegas.”  The beauty of bringing... Read more »

Countdown to Fight Night - MMA Hits Chicago

Well, the fans are loving it!  Chicago’s MMA community and fan base is thrilled over Saturday night’s big CBS broadcast of Fedor “The Last Emperor” Emelianenko (30-1) against undefeated Brett Rogers (10-0).  If you still have not heard where, it is a the Sears Center and tickets can be purchased at ticketmaster.com http://www.ticketmaster.com.  Fight line... Read more »
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Chicago's Own Mark Miller Fighting on the Fedor Card this November

Strikeforce has just added Mark Miller, MMA Pro fighter and Chicago resident to their card on November 7th at the Sears Center in Hoffman Estates.  Mark Miller  (9-5-0) was a member of last season’s The Ultimate Fighter show on SPIKE TV and fought for Chicago’s IFL Team the Red Bears.  Although Miller does not know... Read more »

Interview with Chicago MMA Fighter Mark Miller - How to Adapt Boxing for MMA

When you ask most MMA fighters about the key components to MMA training, they testify that they are boxing, Thai kicks, wrestling defense and Brazilian jiu jitsu.  Although this is rarely disputed, there are more layers to this answer than the mere practice of these 4 different sports.  In fact, MMA has evolved into its... Read more »
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Interview with a Chicago MMA Fighter Jeff Curran About Adjusting Boxing for MMA

When you ask most MMA fighters about the key components to MMA training, they testify that they are boxing, Thai kicks, wrestling defense and Brazilian jiu jitsu.  Although this is rarely disputed, there are more layers to this answer than the mere practice of these 4 different sports.  In fact, MMA has evolved into its... Read more »