Heavyweight contender Jarrell Miller believes the United States debut of IBF, IBO, WBA, WBO champion Anthony Joshua will end in shambles.
On June 1 at Madison Square Garden in New York City, Miller will challenge Joshua in a bout carried by DAZN.
Miller has been calling for the contest for some time, and personally confronted Joshua at a press conference. The two traded words before being pulled apart.
Miller feels confident that Joshua will not be able to deal with his style of fighting.
He was scheduled to fight last month, but the return was pushed back when rumors began to swirl that a Joshua contest was possible.
Joshua is coming off a seventh round knockout of WBA mandatory challenger Alexander Povetkin, last fall at Wembley Stadium in London.
Miller's goal is smash what is being tabbed as Joshua's coming out party in America.
Instead, Miller wants to end Joshua in the same manner that Mike Tyson knocked out British star Frank Bruno back in 1996.
"I'm a guy that's actually bigger than him. AJ has an inch or so in height, that's about it, but activity and boxing IQ, good head movement and defence," Miller told Sky Sports.
"I can throw a lot of punches and have a heart of 10 lions. I'm totally different. That's the main goal - run him over. I'm not playing no games with AJ. There's no way to prepare for me. There's no right way for preparing for a person like me.
"Like a Frank Bruno, he came in, he looked good, and got flattened. Tune in. 'Big Baby' Miller is not just the American champ, he's the English champ, he's the people's champ. If you want entertainment, you're going to get it, and this is a fight you need to see."