Brooklyn heavyweight Jarrell ‘Big Baby’ Miller believes that he will defeat Anthony Joshua in the seventh round in their highly anticipated June clash, Sky Sports report.
Since the fight was announced, the pair have been involved in numerous heated press conferences, with Miller shoving the Brit in their first face-off.
The heavyweight clash will take place at Madison Square Garden on June 1, in what will be Joshua’s first professional fight outside the UK.
However, Miller has recently ramped up the trash talk ahead of the fight, specifically revealing how he has visualised defeating the current IBF, IBO, WBA and WBO champion.
Asked about how he plans on defeating the Brit, Miller said:
Wow, there are so many ways. I don’t like to make predictions, but I’m going to knock him out in the seventh.
Hands down, I’ve seen it, I’ve portrayed knocking him out in the seventh round.
The combination, I don’t know what punch I’m exactly going to hit him with. I think an overhand right, left hook to the body. But, I do know this, my mental fortitude is way bigger and way better than his.
This is everything, this is the changing point in my life to get to the next level. AJ was saying something before today, ‘I’m not looking past him,’ he can’t think about the future.
The pair may well be involved in a specific disagreement before the bout, with both Joshua and Miller’s gym arrangements still yet to be finalised.
Miami has been suggested as a potential base, with Miller admitting he would prefer to train in Florida.