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Women's Flyweight Division



Juliana Miller

Women's Flyweight Division

4-3-0 (W-L-D)


Wins by Submission


First Round Finishes

Juliana Miller

athlete record


Learn more about Juliana Miller's UFC history, fighter facts, and Q&A below.

Place of Birth
San Diego, United States
Trains at
10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu
Fighting style
Octagon Debut
Aug. 6, 2022
Leg reach
  • Team Pena on TUF 30

  • Pro since 2019

  • Three wins by submission (Armbar, RNC, Kimura), one by KO

  • Has finished all wins, two in the first round

  • Has won two of her last four

  • Lost May 2021 decision to TUF 30 castmate Clair Guthrie

  • Reported 6-0 amateur record

  • Avid snowboarder, skater, and motorcycle rider

  • Works as a commentator for Epic Fighting organization

UFC on ESPN (8/12/23) Miller was stopped by Luana Santos via strikes at 3:41 of the first round 

UFC 286 (3/18/23) Miller lost a three round unanimous decision to Veronica Hardy

UFC on ESPN (8/6/22) Miller stopped Brogan Walker via strikes at 3:57 of the third round to win The Ultimate Fighter 30 title


The Ultimate Fighter, Season 30

In the semifinals, Miller submitted Kaytlin Neil via Kimura in the second round

In the quarterfinals, Miller won a three-round unanimous decision over Claire Guthrie

When and why did you start training for fighting? What inspired me to begin MMA is, I was in an abusive relationship and didn’t defend myself and got beat up. I was so angry I wanted to fight and not get arrested, so I decided to do it in a cage. Then I wanted to help women in toxic relationships learn self-defense, so I want to start a women’s self-defense course and a kids’ self-defense course for dealing with violent parents. What inspired me to go pro was the opportunity to get well known so I could make a bigger impact and additionally hunt for financial abundance while doing what I love.

What ranks and titles have you held? BJJ brown belt

Do you have any heroes? I didn’t have just one most influential person; there was actually three or four 1) Ilima Macfarlane 2) Scott Nelson 3) Pearl Gonzales and 4) Prime Hall.

Did you go to college and if so what degree did you earn? Didn’t graduate but was studying kinesiology and nutrition

What was your job before you started fighting? Bartender, server, massage therapist, kids’ jiu jitsu coach, cryotherapy health place, American Icon Sports Management, and puppy sitter. Also, private training sessions.

Specific accomplishments in amateur competition? Amateur CA state champion, Epic Fighting Champion.

Specific accomplishments in pro competition? Submission on the Shore advanced division champion, CJJ Mexico super fight winner 2x.