Heavyweight champ Joshua to make USA debut against Miller

Anthony Joshua The World Boxing Council postponed the purse bid for Deontay Wilder’s rematch with Tyson Fury until yesterday

Anthony Joshua The World Boxing Council postponed the purse bid for Deontay Wilder’s rematch with Tyson Fury until yesterday

WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder is not impressed with the recent announcement that Anthony Joshua will make his United States debut against Jarrell Miller at Madison Square Garden on June 1.

Granted, Miller was not the first fight for Joshua in terms of choice next up but he certainly doesn't care with the big pay day that's ahead and the opportunity to realize an ambition in becoming heavyweight champion of the world.

According to the Daily Mail, "The Gypsy King" is going to pocket in excess of £20 million for the rematch and in all likelihood, will more than triple the £7 million he took home for the first fight.

The 29-year-old last fought in September, also at Wembley, when securing one of his finest victories by stopping Russia's Alexander Povetkin in seven rounds. The 29-year-old now holds the WBA (Super), IBP, WBO, and IBO titles and is best known for his 11th-round TKO of Wladimir Klitschko in April 2017.

At a press conference to announce the launch of DAZN in July, Miller got into a confrontation with Joshua as the two exchanged words in front of the crowd. In his bout against Dinu in November, Miller tipped the scales at 315 ¼ pounds. It's dog eat dog in the ring and this dog has got a bigger bite, he'll be leaving NY empty-handed. "That punk AJ is standing in the way of my dreams and on June 1 he's getting run the hell over". Now Big Baby will have his chance to fight Joshua.

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"Jarrell Miller is someone I know well having been involved in his last 4 fights in America".

Promoter Eddie Hearn turned to Miller after he was unable to reach a deal for a rematch between Joshua and Dillian Whyte. He'll be leaving NY empty-handed.

Alvarez knocked out Fielding in the third round to win a secondary super middleweight world title on December 15 at Madison Square Garden, where there was a wild crowd of 20,112 on hand. "AJ has created an incredible "Lion's Den" atmosphere in the United Kingdom and we plan to bring that energy to NY on a card that will be stacked with British vs".

"On June 1 Brooklyn's Jarrell Miller will fight in the World's greatest city for boxing's greatest title - the Heavyweight Championship of the World - on boxing's biggest stage - "The Mecca of Boxing" Madison Square Garden", said Dmitriy Salita of Salita Promotions. There will be a significant public demand for the winners to fight each other for the undisputed title, especially if Joshua and Wilder emerge with their titles intact.