UFC’s longest-serving ring-card girl, Amber Nichole Miller, says 2005 was a very rewarding year for the Ultimate Fighting Championship athletes and for mixed martial arts in general. She believes the public are now embracing MMA and settling for nothing less in combat sports. Now the devilishly nice Amber is also receiving a lot more recognition for her work, mainly due to The Ultimate Fighter program on Spike TV.
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Born in Denver, Colorado, ring-card girl Amber Miller moved to Las Vegas eight years ago, and she’s been tantalizing the hearts and eyes of red-blooded fight fans for the past eleven Ultimate Fighting Championships.
Outside of ring-card work, the articulate Amber lives a hectic career life in Vegas. “I actually model full time and I bar tend two days a week. I do print advertisements for different products here in Las Vegas. I’ve been with UFC for eleven shows, so that’s got to be around three-and-a-half years now. My first show was UFC 40.”