Anthony Joshua Vs. Jarrell Miller – Would You Watch?


As struggle followers might have learn by now, Dillian Whyte is out so far as Anthony Joshua’s August 12 struggle is anxious. As a consequence of an incapability by the 2 sides to agree financial phrases, this struggle, a rematch of an ideal slugfest, is not going to be occurring; no less than it gained’t be occurring this yr. However Joshua nonetheless needs to struggle in August, this earlier than that a lot talked of Saudi showdown with fellow former heavyweight champ Deontay Wilder.

Eddie Hearn has made it clear that AJ needs to struggle and that he himself wish to see his star fighter take a second struggle with new coach Derrick James earlier than going into that assured shoot-out/explosion with Wilder. And a maybe shocking title has been put ahead so far as being Joshua’s August dance accomplice – Jarrell Miller.

Miller, everyone knows was set to struggle Joshua again in 2019, this earlier than failing a couple of drug check, a disgraced “Large Child” being changed by Andy Ruiz, who after all capitalised massively in pulling off the KO upset, taking Joshua’s belts. Now, Miller’s promoter Dmitry Salita has mentioned he’s greater than keen to let his man struggle Joshua in the summertime.

It’s a removed from carried out struggle at this stage, nevertheless it positive could be fascinating to see how the followers took it if this struggle did get made. On the one hand, controversy sells, and loads of folks have already identified how followers would like to see Joshua give “massive mouth” Miller an excellent hiding. However, Hearn mentioned, forcefully, that he would by no means work with Miller once more, this after the optimistic medication assessments saga. And, ask your self, does Miller deserve the form of big payday a Joshua struggle would convey him?

Then once more, ask your self this – would you watch the struggle if it occurred? I for one must admit (confess?), I’d do.

Let’s see if Joshua has any curiosity in silencing the trash-talking Miller, and if Hearn is keen to return on his phrase and work with Miller once more.

For the file, New Yorker Miller, 26-0-1(22) is now 34 years of age and he has gained three fights since serving the suspension he was given after testing optimistic – Miller beating Ariel Bracamonte, Derek Cardenas and, final day out in March, Lucas Browne.


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