Heavyweight prospect Joe Joyce (4-0, 4 KOs) is looking for yet another step up in competition.
This past Saturday night at the O2 Arena in London, the 2016 Olympic silver medal winner beat down the more experienced Lenroy Thomas in two rounds to capture the Commonwealth title. Thomas was down three times in the contest.
Joyce is now looking to secure a fight with undefeated top contender Jarrell Miller (21-0-1, 18 KOs).
Last month, Miller dominated former world title challenger Johann Duhaupas over twelve rounds to secure a unanimous decision at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
Joyce took to social media to call for a fight with Miller, who recently complained that he's being avoided by the top fighters.
And Joyce is willing to travel across the pond to fight Miller on home spoil.
"Yo Jarrell Miller, I know you're being avoided, so am I . I’ll come to your backyard in Brooklyn, I am just a 4-0 novice! Big Juggernaut vs. Big Baby Let's dance," Joyce stated.
But Miller, who is gunning for a potential fight with IBF, IBO, WBA, WBO champion Anthony Joshua, has little interest in facing him - for the moment.
He advised Joyce to gain at least 10 professional fights before they lock up in the ring.
At the advanced age of 32, Joyce is not wasting any time and being fast-tracked by his promoters, David Haye and Richard Schaefer or Hayemaker Ringstar.
"I can see David Haye is teaching you well, trying to get big fights without actually earning them. You looking like brown skin Lurch from Addams Family Get 10 fights first, you not no Vasyl Lomachenko. Another English muffin," Miller reacted back.
Other options for Joyce include a collision with domestic rival Dereck Chisora or waiting to face the winner of the upcoming British heavyweight title fight between Hughie Fury and Sam Sexton.