Jarrell Miller has revealed a desire to fight a British opponent after extending his unbeaten record against Bogdan Dinu. The American heavyweight made easy work of Dinu, who was previously unbeaten, as he finished the fight in round four.
Miller has quickly turned his attention across the pond to his British rivals and is eyeing a spot on the December 22 card at the O2.
Dillian Whyte and Dereck Chisora headline the night in London and ‘Big Baby’ admits he wants a piece of the action as he looks to continue his rise up the division.
Miller told Dazn: “We’re just trying to work out what to do next. We want AJ but he’s little busy, if Dillian Whyte’s gets past Dereck Chisora, I want one of them. “But I heard about Trevor Bryan, another unbeaten fighter, so I can knock out unbeaten fighters. Let’s see if Trevor Bryan picks up his phone, I will kick his behind out as well.”
He added: “It’s about time I knocked out a Brit. The Brits, right now, are top of the list and there’s just me and Deontay (Wilder) as the two undefeated American guys and Deontay’s fighting a Brit.
“He’s called out ‘AJ’ but Tyson Fury’s stepped up, so if I can’t get ‘AJ’, I’d like to take Dillian Whyte, Derek Chisora, even a David Allen or David Price. “If Eddie Hearn wants it and he comes up with a game plan that I like, let’s make it happen.”