Michael Bisping rebounded from his recent decision loss to Wanderlei Silva by dominating the tough Dan Miller for three rounds. Miller was willing to stand and trade punches with Bisping. On the feet the Brit was able to use solid boxing to land hard right hands to the face of Miller.
It wasn't entirely one-sided as Miller did find space to land right hands of his own at times including one that appeared to stun Bisping a little. Still, the vast majority of the fight was spent with Bisping controlling the spacing and tempo of the fight and winning the punching exchanges.
In the end Bisping took an easy 30-27, 30-27 and 29-28 decision.