Unbeaten heavyweight contender Jarrell Miller is ready to sign on the dotted line for a crack at WBC world champion Tyson Fury.

Fury is having some trouble locking down his next opponent.

Miller is currently scheduled to see action in an exhibition fight next Sunday, as part of the Floyd Mayweather vs. John Gotti III pay-per-view in Florida.

Fury saw action back in December, when he battered and stopped Derek Chisora in their trilogy fight.

Miller had a large gap of inactivity from 2018 to 2022, due to several failed drug tests. Once of those drug test failures derailed a scheduled fight with then world champion Anthony Joshua. Miller was eventually replaced by Andy Ruiz, who pulled off a massive upset by stopping Joshua in seven rounds.

The boxer has been in action three times since last year, with a knockout win over former WBA champ Lucas Browne back in March.

"Listen, let's tell my boy the Gypsy King AKA Tyson Fury, I heard [you are] looking for an opponent. Let's cut the sh!t, You know who the best, and biggest option is, and it's your boy right here. Your people call my people, work on the dollar signs and we get it cracking," Miller said.

"Gypsy King vs Big Baby, it's got a nice ring to it. It'd by my official honor to beat your ass. Let's make it happen."

Fury was unable to come to terms for an April undisputed fight with WBA, WBO, IBF, IBO champion Oleksandr Usyk. He then saw a July return get derailed, with several opponents falling through. Last week, Fury tried to secure Joshua for a September showdown at Wembley Stadium. However, Joshua has other plans - with a probable return in August that he intends to follow with a December fight with former WBC world champion Deontay Wilder.