Jarrell Miller is as controversial a figure as they come in the heavyweight division, and there’s no shortage of fighters queueing up to hand him his first loss.
Failed drugs tests in the lead-up to his cancelled fight with Anthony Joshua – and more banned substances found a year later – led Miller to be banned from the sport for two years.
He has built up three wins since returning in 2022, and now finds himself back on boxing’s big stage – despite the likes of Tony Bellew wanting him out of it for good.
The Brooklyn native will face Daniel Dubois next month, hoping a win can allow him to reschedule the Joshua fight.
Speaking to Boxing King Media, Don Charles – who has trained Dubois since before his loss to Oleksandr Usyk in August – said Miller’s trash talk would be punished come December 23.
“From my experience of human psychology, people who project such vile words – it’s a sign of insecurity, they’re shielding something.
Daniel just laughed it off. He’s not fazed, cause when that bell rings, you keep talking, you get your jaw broken. And even if you don’t talk you’re still gonna get your jaw broken.”
As for a prediction, Charles expects his man to score his 19th knockout in ‘brutal’ fashion.
“He’s shown his insecurities. I’d be more worried is Big Baby Miller got on that stage and didn’t say much. A man who blubs off absolutely foul language, is a big insecure person.
Daniel’s knockout ratio percentage is high, and that’s gonna continue on the 23rd of December. He’s gonna knock out this guy in brutal style. The more he talks to Daniel, the more he’s gonna make it worse for himself.”
Dubois and Miller prop up a stacked card of heavyweight and championship action in Saudi Arabia culminating in Anthony Joshua-Otto Wallin and Deontay Wilder-Joseph Parker.