‘Strong possibility’ of Joshua v Miller in New York - Hearn

‘Strong possibility’ of Joshua v Miller in New York - Hearn

‘Strong possibility’ of Joshua v Miller in New York - Hearn

Whyte called for a fight with Povetkin previous year, but the Russian boxer went forward with a lucrative mandatory fight against IBF, IBO, WBA, WBO heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua in September at Wembley Stadium.

I really believe it will be a major moment for Joshua's career, Legacy is about creating iconic moments and Joshua in NY is an iconic moment.

Promoter Eddie Hearn has suggested that Anthony Joshua 's United States of America debut against Jarrell Miller is close to be confirmed and could be held at Madison Square Garden.

Meanwhile, Whyte is continuing to plan his own future away from a bout with Joshua, but he did reveal the pair held private discussions.

"I think Breazeale is flawless", Whyte told Sky Sports News.

'It's risky and it's quite frustrating but I just want to be busy and keep entertaining the fans'. "It's childish, do you want to make the fight or not?"

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'I want to fight the other three guys that's above me. "It's nothing to do with who's boss".

That said, April 20th is thought to be the leading date for Whyte's next fight against the likes of Alexander Povetkin or Dominic Breazeale on a show at the 02 in London promoted by Whyte's current promoter Eddie Hearn of Matchroom Sport.

Whyte has suggested American Breazeale is a preferred choice, although he would welcome a clash with Povetkin. "Hopefully by the end of this week, the weekend, we could be in a position to announce his next fight".

"The decision is meant to be made this week, or as late as early next week".

"We know that Dillian Whyte was talking a lot about wanting the fight".

Many boxing fans would have loved AJ to fight Deontay Wilder in a unification match, but that was unlikely after the WBC called for a rematch between the Bronze Bomber and Tyson Fury following their controversial draw on 1st December.

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