The undefeated American, also known as ‘Big Baby’, must first get past the challenge of Bogdan Dinu on Saturday night
Jarrell ‘Big Baby’ Miller looks set to face whoever emerges victorious from the rematch between Dillian Whyte and Dereck Chisora.
That’s the suggestion from Matchroom Boxing chief Eddie Hearn, who is currently promoting Miller’s next fight against Bogdan Dinu on Saturday night.
Whyte and Chisora are currently preparing for their eagerly-anticipated rematch on December 22, with both men harbouring world title ambitions in 2019.
According to promoter Hearn, it would seem they will have the imposing frame of ‘Big Baby’ blocking their path first.
“Obviously the winner of that fight is looking at AJ, but if he beats Dinu, I think he’ll be in a big fight in early 2019.”
The undefeated American, who weighs a whopping 300lbs, has consistently voiced his desires to fight against an English opponent – even suggesting he would ‘whoop Dillian Whyte’s butt’.
In July, the 30-year-old even squared off with heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua as they helped promote American streaming service DAZN in conjunction with Matchroom.
His opponent on Saturday night, fellow unbeaten professional Dinu, has sparred with Joshua in the past and represents the toughest test of Miller’s 23 fights thus far.
“I actually think this is probably the toughest fight of his [Miller’s] career,” Hearn added.
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“It’s definitely tougher than the last fight. It’s tougher than [Johann] Duhaupas, it’s tougher than [Mariusz] Wach, it’s tougher than [Gerald] Washington.
“The interesting thing with this guy is that he’s had probably three camps with AJ, Bogdan Dinu.
“We’ve seen him a lot, and he’s been excellent in the camps. He’s undefeated, he’s hungry. He’s not like the others who have defeats on their records, so this will be interesting.”