Joshua Is Overrated, I Will Beat Him - Miller

Nigeria Celebrities Bash Miller For Pushing Anthony Joshua

Nigeria Celebrities Bash Miller For Pushing Anthony Joshua

'The Body Snatcher" revealed earlier this month that negotiations were "dead' for a Wembley rematch against Joshua, who will make his American debut against Miller at Madison Square Garden on June 1, live on Sky Sports Box Office.

Wilder is the vicious undefeated knockout puncher from Tuscaloosa, Alabama and he owns the WBC championship, that is the lone title that Joshua needs to claim undisputed status and go down as one of the All Time Great boxers. "He'll be leaving NY empty-handed", he told Sky Sports. "I wish him [Miller] all the very best in the fight, but I hope Anthony Joshua knocks him into next week".

'I wouldn't be shocked. There is the question of whether Miller can get inside Joshua's head and make him lose the plot?

Joshua's promoter, Matchroom Sports CEO Eddie Hearn, who has been criticised for the delay in finalising Joshua's latest fight, said: "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 v American talent". It's not about the titles. I just won't be taken for a mug, that's all'.

After the fight against Miller, Joshua, in the event of a victory, would logically have to compete for the supremacy of the heavyweights against victor of the Duel between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury.

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"That's what we want", said Whyte.

Brant will make the first defense of his world title this weekend in Minnesota with potentially huge super fights looming on the horizon should he win. "Not even the champions have taken the route I've taken".

These two contenders are expected to face each other by the end of the first half of 2019.

"It's just good to be in the position to face the victor of Wilder or Fury, whoever wins", he said. "What a year that would be".

Deontay Wilder insists world boxing champion Anthony Joshua alongside challenger Jarrell Miller are unpopular in the U.S. with the pair set to fight at Madison Square Garden on June 1.

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