Miller: Joshua Wants Easy Money
Jarrell Miller’s name has come up as a potential opponent for unified world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua, but the Brooklyn native feels like Joshua is ducking him.
In a new interview, Miller called Joshua “a prima donna” who “wants easy money” instead of taking “hard fights with me or anybody tough.”
“I’m not in the world best place as a heavyweight, but I’m certainly not in the world’s worst place either, and DAZN has stepped up to the plate and given me two great fights. I’m big on loyalty, so if anything, my obligation is to give them a first and last and take it from there,” said Miller, who has knocked out 20 of his 24 opponents.
“When I went to England, there was mad security everywhere and only one time that I got near AJ when I was doing an interview with Sky Sports. When I have managed to get close to Joshua, I’ve seen nothing but big s*** in his eyes… He tries to play this humble, non-confrontational guy behind closed doors, but he’s a turd. I would much rather you be a scumbag to my face than behind my back. But when I finally step to him, I’m going to be a bully, because he’s not built for this. He’s just a good boy.”
While Miller confirmed that “there is truth to [the notion of a Joshua-Miller fight at MSG,] but remember, AJ said he wanted Deontay, and when Deontay reached out to him, AJ didn’t want to make the fight happen,” Miller said of Joshua rejecting a guaranteed $50 million in 2018. “But I don’t think our fight [with Joshua] will happen in the first six months of this year. I think he’ll fight Dillian Whyte, and then, I might get to knock his ass out in the second half of the year.”
“AJ don’t want no hard fights with me or anybody tough. AJ wants easy money right now,” said Miller. “AJ knows how to feed the fans what they want to hear at that moment and only says what he wants to say when it sounds good, but if you go back and watch every one of AJ’s interviews posted on Youtube, he reneges on everything he says.”
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