Jason “Mayhem” Miller submits Kala Hose in “Kingdom MMA” main event

Jason “Mayhem” Miller returned to the ring Saturday night, April 18th, against Kala “Kolohe” Hose at the Blaisdell Arena in Honolulu, Hawaii in a middleweight match up in the inaugural event for the “Kingdom MMA” promotion.

Miller submitted Hose in the main event by rear naked choke at 2:23 of round number one. The fight did not stay long on the feet as Miller shot in early for the take down. Once on the ground, he mounted Hose and landed some vicious hammer fists causing the Hawaiian to give up his back, which then allowed Miller to sink in the choke.

After the fight, Miller thanked the Hawaiian crowd and announced his next fight would be in the DREAM organization. He also said people should check him out on Twitter (www.twitter.com/mayhemmiller).

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Jason “Mayhem” Miller to face Kala “Kolohe” Hose in March

For anyone who thought it was too early for the twenty-eight year-old Jason “Mayhem” Miller (21-6) to hang up his gloves, you were not alone. Miller has kept a low profile as of late after rumors of retirement surrounded the former Icon Champ.

Miller will emerge from the shadows to fight Kala “Kolohe” Hose (7-2) on a Kingdom MMA card in Hawaii with a speculated date of either March 28 or 29th. Kingdom MMA is a new promotion founded by former Icon Sport president, T. Jay Thompson.

Hose was due to fight UFC and TUF veteran, Kalib Starnes back in November of 2008, but pulled out at the last minute due to contractual issues. Hose’s last fight was a second round TKO victory over Rolando Dominique in August, 2008, at Icon Sports, Hard Times.

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