Miller is aiming for a controversial return to the ring after testing positive for several banned substances in 2019 and believes that after teaming up with Fury in the bout, he could set up a fight in the future. crossed with ‘Gypsy King’
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Former heavyweight contender and drug swindler Jarrell Miller is headed for a future fight with Tyson Fury after becoming the champion’s sparring partner.
Miller was once highly rated in the blue ribbon division and was set to face Anthony Joshua on his US debut in July 2019. He withdrew from the clash after testing positive for several banned substances, however, but is now aiming to return to the ring given his suspension. he finishes at the end of the year.
Boxing promoter Dmitry Salita believes Miller has learned some valuable lessons from battling the WBC champion and is planning a return to top form. “Jarrell has been out of the ring for almost 4 years, training with the world’s heaviest will show where Jarrell’s mind is,” Salita said. Vegas Insider.
“He wants to fight his best. It’s not uncommon for boxers to get into fights – and a little further into fights – so Jarrell training with Tyson Fury won’t stand in the way of a future fight . I expect him to come back – we have to think about who he will work with – as soon as possible. Late June or early July.”
“He wants to get back to that top fighting form. Jarrell will definitely learn from being with Tyson. I think he has three or four years left at the top.
“From my conversations with him, he’s very focused on making the best of it by all means. He’s taking voluntary tests, he’s practicing, as far as I can see, he’s facing the music and he’s doing his best and taking the necessary steps to compete at a high level.”
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Miller tested positive for human growth hormone EPO and GW501516 ahead of a proposed 2019 duel with Joshua. His misfortune continued not long after he failed another drug test while preparing for his aborted comeback fight against Jerry Forrest.
Any comeback remains to be seen but Miller admits he got “a hit” against the undefeated champion. Fury will next defend his belt against Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium on April 23, where Miller was drafted to help him prepare.
Future showdowns now look unlikely for Fury declares this will be his last fight when he was about to hang up his gloves afterwards. “This is the last game of my career, I will retire after this one,” he told reporters. “150 million dollars in the bank, healthy, young, I’m going to buy a big yacht overseas. I’m retired, I’m out, this is my last fight, I’m over.”