|Association||American Top Team|
|Weight Class||Lightweight (155 lbs.)|
|Height||6' 1" (185 cm)|
|Style||Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Boxing|
|Birth Date||April 26, 1984|
|Fighting Out Of||Coconut Creek, Florida|
|Cole Miller Pictures||Official Website|
Jeremiah Cole Miller a.k.a Cole "Magrino" Miller, is an American mixed martial artist, currently competing in the Lightweight division in the UFC. He is the WKA Mixed Martial Arts Lightweight Champion. He trains at the American Top Team academy in Coconut Creek, Florida under Ricardo Liborio. He also teaches mixed martial arts and Jiu Jitsu at the self defense academy in Boca Raton Florida. Miller made his Featherweight debut in Shooto against Shooto World Champion Takeshi Inoue. Cole was defeated via unanimous decision, while taking the fight on short notice.
Before giving it up to train for MMA full time, Miller was a standout baseball player at Mount de Sales Academy in Macon, Georgia where he was raised. He was also a member of Macon-based Team Praxis, before moving on to American Top Team. Cole's younger brother, Micah Miller, is also a professional mixed martial artist with the WEC promotion.
 Professional Record
|Record||18 - 7 - 0 (Win – Loss – Draw)|
|Loss||Nam Phan||Decision (Split)||UFC on FOX 4: Shogun vs. Vera||8/4/2012||3||5:00|
|Loss||Steven Siler||Decision (Unanimous)||UFC on FX 2: Alves vs. Kampmann||3/3/2012||3||5:00|
|Win||T.J. O'Brien||Submission (Guillotine Choke)||UFC on Versus 5: Hardy vs Lytle||8/14/2011||2||2:38|
|Loss||Matt Wiman||Decision (Unanimous)||UFC Fight Night 23: UFC Fight for the Troops 2||1/22/2011||3||5:00|
|Win||Ross Pearson||Submission (Rear Naked Choke)||UFC Fight Night 22: Marquardt vs. Palhares||9/15/2010||2||1:49||Won Submission of the Night Honors|
|Win||Dan Lauzon||Submission (Kimura)||UFC 108: Evans vs. Silva||1/02/2010||1||3:05||Bout aired on SpikeTV; Miller won Submission of the Night Honors|
|Loss||Efrain Escudero||TKO (Punches)||UFC 103: Franklin vs. Belfort||9/19/2009||1||3:36||Bout aired on SpikeTV|
|Win||Junie Browning||Submission (Guillotine Choke)||UFC Fight Night 18: Condit vs. Kampmann||4/01/2009||1||1:58|
|Win||Jorge Gurgel||Submission (Triangle Choke)||UFC 86: Jackson vs. Griffin||7/05/2008||3||4:48||Won Submission of the Night Honors|
|Loss||Jeremy Stephens||TKO (Punches and Elbows)||UFC Fight Night 12: Swick vs. Burkman||1/23/2008||2||4:44|
|Win||Leonard Garcia||Decision (Unanimous)||UFC Fight Night: Thomas vs. Florian||9/19/2007||3||5:00|
|Win||Andy Wang||TKO (Head Kick and Punches)||The Ultimate Fighter 5 Finale||6/23/2007||1||1:10||UFC Debut|
|Win||Josh Sauder||Decision (Split)||LOF 10: Unbreakable||11/03/2006||3||5:00|
|Win||John Strawn||Submission (Armbar)||AFC 19: Absolute Fighting Championships 19||10/21/2006||1||2:21|
|Loss||Takeshi Inoue||Decision (Unanimous)||Shooto 2006: 7/21 in Korakuen Hall||7/21/2006||3||5:00|
|Win||Saul Mitchell||Submission (Triangle Choke)||DFC 1: Diesel Fighting Championships 1||6/30/2006||1||3:19|
|Win||Joe Germain||Submission (Guillotine Choke)||FT 7: Full Throttle 7||6/10/2006||1||0:36|
|Win||Vince Libardi||Submission (Guillotine Choke)||IFF 1: International Freestyle Fighting 1||5/06/2006||1||0:16|
|Win||Dwayne Shelton||Submission (Rear Naked Choke)||CSC: River City Rumble||2/18/2006||3||3:48|
|Win||Jarrett Becks||Submission (Guillotine Choke)||FT 6: Full Throttle 6||2/11/2006||1||1:01|
|Win||David Love||TKO||NACC: North American Combat Challenge 2||12/17/2005||1||1:26|
|Loss||Josh Odom||Decision (Majority)||FT 5: Full Throttle 5||11/04/2005||3||5:00|
|Win||Tim Honeycutt||KO||FT 4: Full Throttle 4||9/09/2005||1||0:23|
|Win||Chris Mickle||Submission (Triangle Choke)||FT 3: Full Throttle 3||7/15/2005||3||1:39|
|Win||Harris Norwood||Submission (Triangle Choke)||FT 2: Full Throttle 2||6/03/2005||1||3:14|
 Mixed Martial Arts Career
 The Ultimate Fighter
Cole Miller was a contestant on The Ultimate Fighter 5: Team Penn vs. Team Pulver reality TV show, featuring Lightweights. He was a member of Jens Pulver's Team. Cole won his preliminary fight on the show against Alan Berube by Triangle Choke in the first round. Cole was defeated by Joe Lauzon in the quarter-finals of the competition. The loss, though, was somewhat controversial due to an illegal strike to the back of Cole's head. Cole appeared obviously dazed by the illegal strike and was given time to recover. However, when action was restarted, it was clear the Cole was still feeling the effects of the strike. Joe Lauzon capitalized on Miller's depleted state and won the fight.
 UFC Career
His winning streak came to a hault when he lost to Jeremy Stephens by TKO in the 2nd round at UFC Fight Night 12: Swick vs. Burkman. On July 5th, 2008 Cole submitted Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt, Jorge Gurgel, with a Triangle Choke in the 3rd round.
His next fight was against The Ultimate Fighter 8 Lightweight contestant Junie Browning at UFC Fight Night: Condit vs. Kampmann on April 1, 2009. There was quite a bit of smack-talk back and forth between the two fighters, where Browning ended up calling Miller "over-rated." Miller caught browning in a Guillotine Choke as he attempted a take-down in the first round to pull out the submission victory. As soon as Browning tapped, Miller stood over a winded Browning and screamed, "Who's overrated now?" During the post-fight interview, Miller asked Joe Silva to allow him to fight the winner of the Spencer Fisher vs. Caol Uno fight that is to take place at the UFC's first fight card in Germany.
Miller returned to action at UFC 103: Franklin vs. Belfort on September 19, 2009 against The Ultimate Fighter 8 winner Efrain Escudero on the undercard. Though on the undercard, the bout was aired live on SpikeTV. The two traded punches for much of the first round, before Escudero caught Miller, ending the fight via TKO (Punches) at 3:36 of the first round.
Miller would return on January 2, 2010 at UFC 108: Evans vs. Silva against Dan Lauzon. The bout, though on the undercard, was aired live on SpikeTV, much like his last bout with Escudero. Lauzon dropped Miller early, but Miller regained his composure almost instantly, where the two traded with one another for the next few minutes. Lauzon got in a takedown, but it was Miller who ended up in the dominant position, where he secured an Inverted Triangle Choke and then locked in a fight ending Kimura at 3:05 of the first round. The impressive submission earned Miller his second Submission of the Night Honors.
His next bout took place on September 15, 2010 at UFC Fight Night 22, where he faced off against Britain's The Ultimate Fighter 9 winner Ross Pierson. Pearson's heavy hands allowed him to win the first round while the lanky Miller looked for submissions and an opening to pull guard. With no such room available, Miller tried another takedown in the second round but ultimately opted to stand and trade. The decision proved a good one; a minute and a half into the round, he caught Pearson with a big left hook that sent the "TUF 9" winner crashing to the mat. Miller followed and locked in the fight-ending Rear Naked Choke at the 1:49 mark of the round. The submission won one of the two Submission of the Night Honors.
- "I'm just happy I came out here and did what I said I was going to do," Miller said. "I see all these wrestlers, point-fighting strikers and lay-and-pray jiu-jitsu guys all doing the same thing. Nobody is trying to finish, pass guard, mount – nothing (but) just control the clock. This isn't football. People need to come in here and fight."
 Ranks and Titles
- WKA National Lightweight MMA Champion, LFC 155 lb. Champion
- Purple Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu under Ricardo Liborio