Heavyweight contender Jarrell 'Big Baby' Miller (20-0-1, 1 KOs) would love to get his hands on Dillian Whyte (22-1, 16 KOs), who recently became the WBC's top contender.
Miller was in action last Saturday night, when he stopped Polish giant Mariusz Wach at the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New York.
Last month, Whyte won a twelve round decision over Robert Helenius to capture the vacant WBC 'Silver' heavyweight world title on the Anthony Joshua-Carlos Takam undercard in Cardiff, Wales.
Miller watched the contest between Whyte and Helenius and he felt the performance was terrible and he was very surprised that Whyte was unable to do any real damage in the fight
He also shook his head at Whyte's American debut, which took place in August when the boxer knocked out Malcolm Tann in a stay-busy fight.
Miller feels their fight would be a perfect headline fight for an April date in the United States or the UK.
"Yeah, I think Dillian Whyte would be the perfect guy to knock the hell out," said Miller to Sky Sports. "He fought a taxi cab driver on his American debut that no one really cared about. I think this would be an awesome fight, for me and Dillian to headline in April."
Miller believes that he would dispose of Whyte before the midway point of the fight.
"[I see] me knocking Dillian Whyte out in four to five rounds," Miller said.
Miller wants IBF, IBO, WBA champion Anthony Joshua, while Whyte is shooting to land WBC champion Deontay Wilder.
Their contest, says Miller, could be some type of eliminator where the winner would land a world title crack at Wilder or Joshua.
"I think the eliminator would be one of us fight either Deontay Wilder or Anthony Joshua right after that. Definitely after that fight, I should be in the mandatory position. There is no ifs and buts about it," Miller said.