To Be Great Joshua Must Fight Me In The States
After an intense amount of smack talk between Jarrell Miller and Anthony Joshua and how Miller was pulled from their June 1st showdown due to his failing numerous drug tests, one would think kind words are not on their agenda.
“That’s a great fighter,” Miller said of the former unified world heavyweight champion. “Plus, great fighters know they got to come to America and prove themselves.
“Everyone’s kind of still looking at him like a scallywag. He’s still got to come over here and fight one good American, so Big Baby is still on top of that list.”
The man who replaced Miller, Andy Ruiz Jr, not only defeated Joshua in a massive upset on June 1st but will have a mega rematch with him on December 7th in Saudi Arabia.
Yet, when Joshua was asked if he’d agree to fight Miller again, Joshua told the press he’d definitely would sign on the dotted line.
“It’s awesome to hear him say that,” said Miller. “At the same time, when I see him I still want to punch him in the face.”
Miller is now on the hunt to be licensed following a self-imposed six-month suspension which expired on September 26th.
Report: Boxing Scene