Anthony Joshua will almost certainly be on the lookout for a new opponent in June after Jarrell ‘Big Baby’ Miller reportedly failed a second drug test, according to the Brit’s promoter Eddie Hearn.
The Brooklyn heavyweight was set to take on Joshua at Madison Square Garden on June 1, however, Miller’s first ‘adverse finding’ from a March test threw the clash into serious doubt.
Miller has had his fighting license suspended as a result, despite the American revealing he was preparing to appeal the decision.
However, Miller has now reportedly failed a second test for a further substance, which was revealed by Hearn on social media.
Twitter: We have now received news from VADA that Jarrell Miller has now failed a second seperate test for a further substan… https://t.co/zhuDqVpkxl (@EddieHearn)
Joshua, who is undefeated in his 22 professional fights, is still expected to make his stateside debut in June, with Dillian Whyte, Dereck Chisora and Luis Ortiz all rumoured as possible replacements for Miller.