"I had one priority going into the show," Miller today told MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com) during a media call to promote the Spike TV series. "My first priority was to make sure I give my full attention to coaching these guys. That was my first priority."
Of course, "Mayhem" admits it wasn't all work and no play. Coaching opposite the always-opinionated and often-outspoken Michael Bisping (21-3 MMA, 11-3 UFC), Miller knew there was the potential to stir the pot.
"The second [priority] was to make entertaining television," Miller admitted. "I noticed after the first week that I was a bit bored, so I immediately started cranking it up so that there would be some interaction between me and Mike.
"At the end of the day, we're doing television, and we need to make something happen so that the audience is engaged. Many things happened."
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