Anthony Joshua (WBA, IBF, WBO & IBO) vs. Jarrell Miller - OFF

Joshua vs. Miller Winner and How?

  • Anthony Joshua Stoppage

    Votes: 21 84.0%
  • Anthony Joshua Decision

    Votes: 2 8.0%
  • Jarrell Miller Decision

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Jarrell Miller Stoppage

    Votes: 2 8.0%

  • Total voters
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Jun 20, 2012
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My understanding is that Whyte bottled it citing money issues. He side stepped Pulev and Ortiz too, strange for the man who will fight anybody...
Whyte's still had a very good run of fights, he smacked your boy Brown up, he's more deserving than Miller. As for bottling it, he just didn't want to take the fight for short money at late notice. It's mainly because of Hearn and Joshua's greed that we're getting this fight against Miller.
 

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Whyte's still had a very good run of fights, he smacked your boy Brown up, he's more deserving than Miller. As for bottling it, he just didn't want to take the fight for short money at late notice. It's mainly because of Hearn and Joshua's greed that we're getting this fight against Miller.
Short money? £4million?

Take the fight and win it if you think you're so good you can call the shots in the rematch.
 
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Lilo

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Jun 4, 2012
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Do bet365 sponsor Fury or something? I really don’t see the issue with this fight, no one fights the best available opponent every time. There is nothing to suggest Usyk would’ve taken it, Whyte refused it, Fury-Wilder are rematching so who is left? Ortiz?
 
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Good. At least Joshua will get this muppet out of the way. The Wilder or Fury fights were never going to happen this summer and anyone that follows the sport should have fuckin known that given how Wilder-Fury ended.
 
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Short money? £4million?

Take the fight and win it if you think you're so good you can call the shots in the rematch.
Yeah short money. Given the absence of known credible opposition Whyte obviously felt he was in a position to command a bigger fee and he's probaby right given the amount of shite that Joshua is receiving for taking this fight. Also you're incorrect that Whyte could call the shots in the rematch as the contract mandated a 50/50 split in the rematch if Whyte won, another reason he didn't take the offer.
 
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I don't think this is as easy as many think it will be, purely due to the size of Miller alone.
And the fact that he looks to take a good punch and is a lot fitter than he looks. For the first time, with the exception of the Whyte fight,AJ will be up against somebody who is trying to rattle him. I don't think Miller will succeed, but it will be interesting.
 
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Yeah short money. Given the absence of known credible opposition Whyte obviously felt he was in a position to command a bigger fee and he's probaby right given the amount of shite that Joshua is receiving for taking this fight. Also you're incorrect that Whyte could call the shots in the rematch as the contract mandated a 50/50 split in the rematch if Whyte won, another reason he didn't take the offer.
Ok, if I was wrong about the rematch then fair enough. However, £4million - win - £10million.

I don;t see why Whyte would not take that. He will get less if Wilder beats Fury I would imagine.
 
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That is exactly what they have in mind :


“We’ve got a great stable of fighters and, like I said, an entire side of the card will be Brits."

“.....a stacked card of Brits in big opportunities against Americans in crunch fights.”
Ill believe that on the first of June.
 

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I actually think Pulev sidestepped him.
"I was expecting from Dillian Whyte and his team to run away from the fight, but I didn't expect from them to be such bullshit artists," Pulev said on his official website kubratpulev.com on Friday.

“They are extreme manipulators and plain schizophrenics.

“I can’t believe what I’m hearing and what a tricky way they chose to run away from the fight in Bulgaria.”

Whyte, who is also a contender for the World Boxing Council (WBC) title held by American Deontay Wilder, will face New Zealander Parker on July 28 in London.



 
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Now it looks like the fight is on, and contrary to what I thought in New York,Ive cast my vote. AJ stoppage win. But no blow out. A hard attritional battle which goes intothe late rounds. Keep saying it on the other forum, but I think Miller is getting underrated by people who should know better.
 
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Now it looks like the fight is on, and contrary to what I thought in New York,Ive cast my vote. AJ stoppage win. But no blow out. A hard attritional battle which goes intothe late rounds. Keep saying it on the other forum, but I think Miller is getting underrated by people who should know better.
Agreed. I think a lot of people are underestimating Miller. I think Joshua will win on points.