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Jarrell Miller on AJ: I'll Turn English Muffin Into Toasted Strudel

Matchroom Boxing and DAZN are heading to Kansas – and promoter Eddie Hearn has promised that the stacked card will deliver a ‘wild’ night – with tickets for the action on November 17 at the Kansas Star Casino in Mulvane, Kansas, live on DAZN. Tickets are on sale now from ticketmaster.com starting at just $25.

Heavyweight star Jarrell Miller tops the bill as he continues his march to World honors against fellow unbeaten banger Bogdan Dinu, with chief-support provided by two-weight World ruler Claressa Shields who looks to add the WBC Middleweight strap to her WBA and IBF crowns against tough Scottish challenger.

"Credit to Bodgan for taking the fight - I'm fighting people I have no animosity to! He's undefeated, he's been in camp for a fight last weekend, so I know he's in shape. it's been a long journey to get to where we are today, I'm finally at the stage where I am getting that title shot and being in a place to fight the big guys. The proof is in the pudding, being big is not a crime. Big Baby is big and I'm going to keep throwing big punches and getting big wins," Miller said.

"I'm finally getting the chance to headline a big card thanks to Eddie and Matchroom and I am going in for the kill. I've been in the gym since winning in Chicago and my hands feel good, so as always, I'm going for the KO. I want those big names, the Anthony Joshua’s, the Dillian Whyte’s, Deontay aka Beyonce Wilder - you know I can't stand that guy. So, let's get this win and then if Dillian doesn't fight AJ, I can turn that English Muffin into toasted strudel."

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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.

Promoter Eddie Hearn told a press conference on Saturday that a big reason for taking the show to Kansas was the rise of Team USA 2016 Olympic bronze medal man Nico Hernandez, the 22 year old who 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.

Rankin has some high-profile support from home on the bill in the shape of three-weight World champion Ricky Burns in his 51st pro fight and a second fight in the paid ranks for Commonwealth bronze medal man John Docherty – with 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.

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Comment by Deus on 11-03-2018

[QUOTE=jaded;19237068]A lot of people are laughing at Big Baby but I wouldn't underestimate him. He's like a giant Samuel Peter at 6'4" 300lbs. He's been KO'ing everyone since his amateur days (albeit a short amateur 10-1 7KO's) and on any…

Comment by Laligalaliga on 10-31-2018

[QUOTE=5000boxing;19234849]Miller id like a giant version of 154 champ Hurd! Super stamina rugged, wear u down kinda fighter.. if AJ can improve on that stamina he might can beat miller by desicion, but I'm thinking rd 10 or 11 miller…

Comment by jaded on 10-31-2018

A lot of people are laughing at Big Baby but I wouldn't underestimate him. He's like a giant Samuel Peter at 6'4" 300lbs. He's been KO'ing everyone since his amateur days (albeit a short amateur 10-1 7KO's) and on any…

Comment by 5000boxing on 10-31-2018

[QUOTE=Noelanthony;19234872]Lololololol. Joshua Stamina is ok. It’s not the best by any stretch of the imagination but he has enough artillery to stop Fat belly Miller in his tracks.That fat rhino will be fighting on the back foot for a change.…

Comment by champion4ever on 10-30-2018

Barring the Joshua/Wilder fight; After November 17, Jarrell Miller will have only two mandatories ahead of him, the WBO's (Dillian Whyte) and the IBF's (Kubrat Pulev) before he gets his WBA title shot at Anthony Joshua.

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