Jim Miller and Roosevelt Roberts faced each other in the catch weight bout at UFC on ESPN 11: Blaydes vs. Volkov, which took place on Saturday, June 20, 2020, inside the UFC APEX facility in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. There were 13 fights on the card. You can view UFC on ESPN 11 results and fight bonuses. UFC on ESPN 11 card gave fight fans all they could ask for.
In the five-round main event, Jim Miller defeated Roosevelt Roberts in round 1 by Submission. Here is what happened in the fight —
Both fighters launched over 18 strikes combined in this fight, 5 of the strikes were significant strikes. Significant strikes refer to all strikes but don’t include small, short strikes in the clinch and on the ground. There were 0 takedown attempts between the two fighters. Let’s look at each fighter’s stats below.
Jim Miller full fight stats
Jim Miller landed 90% of all his strikes. There were 0 of 1 significant strikes to the head, 1 of 1 body shots, and 1 of 1 leg kicks. Jim Miller attempted 0 takedowns and landed 0. Here are all the strikes Jim Miller threw and landed against Roosevelt Roberts.
|9 of 10 (90%)|
|2 of 3 (67%)|
|0 of 0|
The current UFC record over the most significant strikes landed in a single UFC bout is 290.
Let’s take a look at how Roosevelt Roberts did against Jim Miller.
Roosevelt Roberts full fight stats
Roosevelt Roberts was firing at a 88% accuracy, throwing 8 strikes and landing 7. There were 1 significant strikes, 1 of 1 landing to the head, 0 of 1 shots to the body and 0 of 0 leg kicks. Roosevelt Roberts went for 0 takedowns and landed 0.
|7 of 8 (88%)|
|1 of 2 (50%)|
|0 of 0|
Jim Miller won by Submission. The fight ended in round 1 at 2:25.
Results & Fight Totals
|UFC on ESPN 11|
|June 20, 2020|
|Jim Miller vs. Roosevelt Roberts|
|Round 1 at 2:25|
Total Strikes Thrown
Significant Strikes Thrown
Total Takedowns Attempted
Did you know:Max Holloway holds a UFC record over the most significant strikes landed in a single UFC match at 290. He also holds a UFC record for the most significant strikes landed in one round at 134. He achieved both records against Brian Ortega during his successful featherweight title defense on December 8, 2018, at UFC 231 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.