IT’S been two months since Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller failed three separate drug tests and was removed from a scheduled shot at Anthony Joshua on June 1 in New York. And what a difference two months makes. Since then, Andy Ruiz Jr stepped in to take Miller’s place, stop Joshua in seven rounds and rip away the IBF, WBA and WBO heavyweight titles in stunning scenes inside Madison Square Garden. A change of guard, and, it seems, a change of heart from Miller whose previous admissions of guilt have been replaced by excuses for the cocktail of performance enhancing drugs that were found in his blood. Boxing News caught up with the 30-year-old in Las Vegas, ahead of Tyson Fury’s win over Tom Schwarz.
What’s next for you, having missed out on challenging Anthony Joshua?
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