Jarrell Miller plans to take Anthony Joshua’s mum on a date after he beats him

JARRELL ‘BIG BABY’ MILLER has revealed his plans to take Anthony Joshua’s mum on a date after he beats him in their world title fight in New York.

The British heavyweight champion of the world is set to make his long-awaited debut in the US in June against Miller after Dillian Whyte failed to agree on a fee.

Jarrell ‘Big Baby’ Miller revealed he plans to take Anthony Joshua’s mum out on a date
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AJ has a very close relationship with his mum Yeta Odusanya

Big Baby confirmed reports that he and the WBA, IBF and WBO heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua have agreed on terms but stated the fight isn’t a certainty.

Speaking to Sirius XM Boxing, Miller said: “It’s not 100 per cent yet, but I’m really looking forward to punching AJ in the goddamn mouth. So we gonna see.

“I was quiet for a little while, I had to take care of some internal stuff. We’re still having out, you know, these errors. But the ‘AJ’ fight is in the grasp and we’re trying to hash out the last couple of details.

“He wants to come to America and I think it’s going to be great for USA boxing, especially for American boxing.

Joshua is set to defend his world titles in the near future, but an opponent is yet to be finalised
Joshua last fought against Povetkin in September
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Miller, who previously compared AJ to “fake boobs and fake butts”, revealed the deal between the two camps is 80% complete and he can’t wait to cause an upset.

“I’ve been waiting for the moment to shock the world. AJ is a real big hype job. And when he fights a real gritty, hungry, mean person like me, it’s going to be a whole different story, man.

“After I beat AJ I’m still gonna take his mum out on a date. So leak that conversation.”

Joshua is currently in training camp preparing for his next fight, which was slated for April 13, at Wembley Stadium.

However, promoter Eddie Hearn revealed his offers to WBC king Deontay Wilder, Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte have all been rejected or ignored.

It is suggested that Joshua will not be keeping to his April 13 Wembley slot, with Hearn revealing Whyte could even fight at a backdated date.

Hearn insisted he has not given up on securing Whyte the chance to rematch Joshua, who knocked the Brixton man out in December 2015.


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