Anthony Joshua will make his American debut against Jarrell ‘Big Baby’ Miller in June, according to Fox Sports and Ring Magazine journalist Mike Coppinger, talkSPORT report.
The current IBF, IBO, WBA and WBO champion was scheduled to appear at Wembley on April 13 after booking the venue out last year.
Joshua, who last fought in September at Wembley against Russian mandatory challenger Alexander Povetkin, has reportedly scrapped the April date at the national venue and will head stateside for the first time.
The Brit was linked with fights against Deontay Wilder, Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte, however, according to Coppinger, Joshua will face Miller in the summer.
Posting on social media, Coppinger revealed the news and added the proposed venue and date for the clash.
Anthony Joshua and Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller have agreed to terms for a heavyweight championship fight at New York’s Madison Square Garden, per sources.
The fight will be streamed on DAZN and likely take place June 1, but June 8 also in play. Will be Joshua’s US debut.
Joshua has only ever fought in the UK, while the undefeated Miller has only ever stepped inside the ring in America in his 24 professional fights.