Video: New Mayhem Miller interview explains MMA Hour meltdown and recent arrest

Former UFC star and MMA personality Jason Miller conducts his first interview since storming off the set of The MMA Hour. Find out why "Mayhem" went nuts on Ariel Helwani as they stroll New York City's Central Park.

Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight and Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 14 coach Jason Miller has been known to do some strange things. After slugging it out with his sister at a party in North Carolina, "Mayhem" was arrested in California for naked vandalism inside a church.

And who could forget his bizarre interview on a recent edition of The MMA Hour?

Well, it turns out that last one was completely staged. That's according to Miller, who revisits Ariel Helwani in Central Park to explain his performance. Turns out he's an actor and when you're a student of the game, you never break character.

Or something like that.

That wasn't Jason Miller, it was Lucky Patrick from "Here Comes the Boom." Spend an hour with these two chums as they catch up and talk about the former "Bully Beatdown" host and his recent release from UFC, which may or may not have anything to do with his offer to fight Dana White.

Strange days, indeed.

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