Who is Jarrell Miller, the Controversial Boxer Who Tarnished World Boxing/The Sun
Who is Jarrell Miller, the controversial boxer who tarnished world boxing with a drug scandal that disgusted Eddie Hearn. Jarell Miller is a boxer who is putting boxing to shame just weeks before he is due to fight Anthony Joshua.
Deontay Wilder once revealed that he wants to get his name on the record, but Jarrell Miller has vowed to behead his rivals. These two heavyweight giants will appear in the match hosted by Saudi Arabia in Riyadh.
While Wilder will face Joseph Parker, Miller has a more interesting fight – facing Daniel Dubois. This is not the first time this boxer from Brooklyn will face an English boxer.
In 2019, Miller is scheduled to fight Anthony Joshua (who is also involved in a big fight on December 23, where he will face Otto Wallin) in a fight for AJ’s WBA (Super), IBF, WBO and IBO titles. However, the fight was called off at the eleventh hour after the 35-year-old failed TWO drug tests. Since then, former kickboxer Miller has rebuilt his career and remains undefeated in his 27 fights.
Hatred of opponents in the world of boxing is nothing new. Ahead of their trilogy fight, Deontay Wilder vowed to “legally kill” Tyson Fury.
In September, he shared a training montage video showing him knocking his opponent to the canvas. Even though it looks impressive, it is the cigar-chomping star’s words in the description of the horror video that are more likely to give goosebumps.
“I will behead every man who stands before me. This is not a threat, this is a promise. I said it and so it will be written. No mercy. No turning back. War,” said Jarrell Miller.
He’s a rapper
Rappers and boxers are often linked. Some use hip-hop stars to get into the ring, such as when Stormzy covered AJ’s song in his fight against Dillian Whyte in 2015.
But Miller took it to another level. The man nicknamed Big Baby, who is friends with 50 Cent, rapped himself in the ring during a recent fight.
Miller took part in an exhibition match against Antonio Zepeda, which ended in a points victory. However, before he stepped into the ring, the 193cm orthodox boxer gave the Miami crowd a glimpse of his rapping abilities.