Watching Rampage Jackson motivated Mayhem Miller to make his MMA comeback

Esther Lin

Don't call it a comeback, he's been here for years.

Be like 'Page.

After a turbulent two years, former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight Jason Miller is poised to make his mixed martial arts (MMA) comeback, after finding his motivation again while preparing Quinton Jackson for this Saturday night's (May 17, 2014) Bellator 120 pay-per-view (PPV) event.

"Rampage" talks to MMA Fighting:

"I mean, Mayhem knows King Mo in and out. Mayhem trained with a lot of different people in MMA, and he mimicked King Mo perfectly. Mayhem is a great training partner and sparring partner. He's very knowledgeable in MMA. And you know, Mayhem saw me make a comeback, and that has motivated him to make a comeback. So he has decided to make a comeback in MMA. He finally got his knee fixed."

Jackson headlines the Bellator 120 PPV opposite Muhammed Lawal.

Miller, meanwhile, appears to have his knee back in working order, despite the fact that UFC President Dana White stiffed him on the bill (his words). "Mayhem" (23-9) hasn't seen action since a 2012 loss to CB Dollaway, which preceded a string of arrests and bizarre public behavior.

After a brief retirement he appears to be "back" ... but is anyone interested?

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