By Ryan Burton

On December 22nd, Dereck Chisora and Dillian Whyte will square off for the second time. The fight will be a rematch of their epic 2016 bout that Whyte won via split decision. The fight was one of the leading contenders for Fight of the Year in 2016.

There certainly isn't any love lost between Miller and Whyte as the two have traded insults over the past few years. Miller feels that the rematch could go either way as both Whyte and Chisora have been inconsistent in recent performances.

"I don't know. Personally I don't know. Chisora is coming off of a good win and he seems real motivated so we will see. Both of their styles are very on and off. One day they are real hot and one day the are real cold so I don't know," Miller explained.

Miller, who returns to the ring on November 17th against Bogdan Dinu, is interested in facing the winner.

"Most definitely. I am known for killing cockroaches so anytime they are ready I am dropping a bomb on them," Miller stated.

The heavyweight weight division is heating up and there are a lot of possibilities for Miller provided he wins his upcoming bout.

WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder faces unbeaten former champion Tyson Fury on December 1st and WBA/WBO/IBF/IBO champion Anthony Joshua already has April 13th earmarked for his ring return.

Miller, who will have fought three times in 2018, is interested in facing any of the division's best.

"There are a lot of opportunities out there but I have to take care of what is in front of me first and that starts on November 17th," Miller explains.

Miller-Dinu tops a DAZN card live from Kansas that will also feature WBA/IBF middleweight champion Clarissa Shields defending her titles against Hannah Rankin.

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