Heavyweight contender Jarrell ‘Big Baby’ Miller (21-0-1, 18 KOs) has everything it takes to unseat WBO, IBO, WBA, IBF champion Anthony Joshua (22-0, 21 KOs), according to Miller's co-promoter Dmitry Salita.
Miller is back in action this coming Saturday night, when he faces former two division world champion Tomasz Adamek at the Wintrust Arena in Chicago.
The contest will be carried by the streaming service, DAZN.
If Miller wins, as many expect he will, Salita indicates that his next fight will have the WBA "regular" heavyweight title at stake.
Miller will find himself in line for a crack at the vacant WBA "regular" championship, after beltholder Manuel Charr tested positive for steroids.
The likely opponent for Miller will be veteran Fres Oquendo.
By capturing the WBA "regular" belt, then Miller will become a mandatory challenger for Joshua - which Salita believes will be his fighter's crowning moment.
Styles make fights - and Salita sees Miller's style as being too much for Joshua.
"I was at the [Joshua vs Alexander Povetkin] fight but, I've got to tell you, that I just don't see Joshua beating Jarrell," Salita told Sky Sports.
"Joshua is a great ambassador for the sport but I don't see him beating Jarrell. Jarrell is a big man physically but what makes him unique is that he has the flexibility and athleticism of a little guy. He has the fluidity and speed of a small heavyweight but he is very big. He has tremendous skills and a high punch output.
"Jarrell's consistency, pressure and size would cause a lot of problems for Anthony. Jarrell also has a tremendous amount of experience fighting outside of his country. Having been in the ring as often as he would have been, Jarrell has a great opportunity to bring the unified world title back to New York City. Can you imagine the build-up to a fight between Jarrell and Anthony Joshua?"