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Jarrell Miller: Dillian Whyte is a Clown, Nobody is Afraid of Him

Jarrell Miller is targeting a huge showdown against a British Heavyweight in 2019 as he prepares to face Bogdan Dinu at the Kansas Star Arena in Mulvane, Kansas on November 17, live on DAZN. Tickets are on sale now from ticketmaster.com starting at just $25!

Miller meets Dinu in a crunch clash for the division, with the big punching duo putting their unbeaten records and lofty ranking spots on the line with the Heavyweight scene set to explode in the coming months.

Deontay Wilder defends his WBC title against Tyson Fury on December 1 while division ruler Anthony Joshua returns to Wembley Stadium in London on April 13 to put his IBF, WBA and WBO straps on the line.

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Dillian Whyte faces Dereck Chisora on December 22 in a rematch in London, with Whyte aiming to seal another rematch, this time with old foe Joshua, but Miller would love to get his hands on the ‘Body Snatcher’ as he hunts down a big scalp to announce himself at the very top level.

“I have to beat a Brit – if I do that, a lot will change. When you are high risk, low reward, people will make excuses not to fight you and the fans will buy into it.

“I am not afraid of Dillian – I'm afraid of no man. If AJ is not ready to face me with a title, then I'll go and whoop Dillian’s butt. It'll help my profile in Britain.

“He's a clown, nobody is afraid of him. He's got a win over Lucas Browne and that's it. For him to call people punks, he's deluded, I've fought three World title contenders back to back. He turned down Mariusz Wach twice and he didn't really want to fight Duhaupas, he’s naive.

“I rate him as a fighter, he throws punches and wins – he’s a top guy now because since he got his block knocked off by AJ they've built him the right way. When he gets in the ring with me, watch how he changes, watch how the whole 'I'm the Body Snatcher, I walk guys down' stops.

“He couldn't walk down a 230lbs Joseph Parker, so you're going to walk me down, 300+lbs behemoth that throws 80 punches a round? I haven't even thrown my right hand in my last few fights for a reason, so when I really start clocking these guys, then people will see.

“The big fights take some maneuvering and finessing, so building my profile, winning the regular title and getting into a mandatory spot is going to help me in that situation. I think I will definitely be in a spot to have an AJ or Deontay Wilder fight later in the year, so I need to get this win in Kansas and stay busy, focused, injury free and ready.

“Bogdan is aggressive but that's against guys that want to survive. He's never fought someone like me, who is going to be the aggressor in the fight. He's light and he's not a heavy puncher, and I'm going to be coming forward, throwing bombs and mixing it up, it’s going to be completely new to him. He's going to try to move against me, everybody does, but then they all end up running for their lives - and they can only run for so long.”

Miller’s clash with Dinu is part of a huge night of action in Kansas in association with KO Night Boxing with a host of stars and local talents in action.

Two-weight World ruler Claressa Shields who looks to add the WBC Middleweight strap to her WBA and IBF crowns against tough Scottish challenger Hannah Rankin.

Middleweight contenders Luis Arias and Gabriel Rosado clash in what promises to be a real war as the pair look to gatecrash the lucrative top table, and there’s an all-Mexican clash and a homecoming for Brandon Rios against Ramon Alvarez, brother of ‘Canelo’’, as both men look to make a splash at Welterweight.

Team USA 2016 Olympic bronze medal man Nico Hernandez has raced to 5-0 (4KOs) – the Wichita talent fights for the third time in the Kansas Star Casino and Arena since debuting there in March 2017, unbeaten Wichita Super-Middleweight and police officer Manny Thompson looks to improve his 7-0 record and Las Vegas’ Jeremy Nichols meets Wichita’s Jeremiah Page at Middleweight.

Unbeaten Light-Heavyweight contender Anthony Sims Jr. and Brooklyn’s exciting newcomer to the Middleweight scene Nikita Ababiy, fresh from a first round KO on debut in Chicago earlier in the month are also in action.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ChrisCook on 11-19-2018

[QUOTE=Bossman15;19266972]For me I look at it like who is the best Heavyweight out of the division I say Wilder simply because he is taking more risk fighting a lineal champ is what you are suppose to do. Now resume wise…

Comment by Boxingfanatic75 on 11-19-2018

[QUOTE=JakeTheBoxer;19278816]So Duhaupas is made of iron.[/QUOTE] Duha got dropped like a sack of potatoes

Comment by alexguiness on 11-17-2018

[QUOTE=Brettcappe;19270968]Whyte has proven himself? Other than Parker who has he beaten? Chisora, Helenius, Tann, Browne? All bums! The brit aint ****! Miller takes him down![/QUOTE] I am no fan of Whyte at all, but who has Miller beaten who is…

Comment by JakeTheBoxer on 11-17-2018

[QUOTE=Boxingfanatic75;19268297]Name me one Heavyweight that can throw over 800 punches in a 12 round bout. In fact I’d love to see you strap up and throw half that. Then we will see who calls who a “fat bum”[/QUOTE] So Duhaupas…

Comment by Laligalaliga on 11-16-2018

[QUOTE=Bossman15;19276460]First Fury is not my boy but the point is he stepped up just like Wilder did when facing Ortiz after PEDvetkin failed twice Wilder will KO Fury and Joshua plus he will do the same thing to Whyte Miller…

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