Anthony Joshua Will Have His American Debut in June

Lewis retired from the sport in 2003 he won 41 of his 44 fights

Lewis retired from the sport in 2003 he won 41 of his 44 fights

Joshua's attempt to land a further unification bout has been frustrated since he won his last bout against Alexander Povetkin by seventh-round stoppage in September. Known for his brash personality, the former kick boxer began calling for a fight with Joshua in 2017 and crashed DAZN's introductory news conference in 2018, attempting to go after Joshua at the event in NY.

'You can definitely expect that, I know he knows what's coming, ' Miller told Sky Sports.

Anthony Joshua may have preferred a Wembley spectacle over a USA debut against Jarrell "Big Baby" Miller, but that doesn't mean the latter is going to make things easy for the former Olympic gold medalist in advance of their fight. 'Monday we will be in a position I hope where we can be announcing what the future is for Tyson.' Both camps have been fine tuning the deal to prevent their fight for Wilder's title going to rescheduled purse bids at WBC headquarters in Mexico City on Wednesday morning. He's bullied for all the right reasons. "The name of the game's get out there, get busy, and get those belts". The realness is going to come out. "Once that contract is signed, all gloves are off".


Miller (23-0-1) and Joshua (22-0) hold similar records, although the level of competition the American has faced is well below that of the Englishman's.

"I've got a picture of him of my screensaver, I've got a picture of him on my wall".

"I want him out as soon as possible".


"He's fighting a different animal.I'm 300 pounds of lean, mean, fighting machine". He'll get his knickers in a twist when I go at him'.

Anthony Joshua came face-to-face with his next opponent Jarrell Miller for the first time at a predictably tense and taunt-fuelled press conference in NY on Tuesday.


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