Promoter: Joshua not the same since Klitschko, USA will own the division!

WBN Staff 25/02/2019
Anthony Joshua Jarrell Miller

📸 Ed Mulholland

Jarrell Miller’s co-promoter Greg Cohen has predicted the demise of Anthony Joshua on June 1 in New York.

Joshua is giving up home advantage to fight across the Atlantic for the first time. The Briton puts his four title belts on the line in a summer showdown.

Cohen, who works with Miller alongside Dmitriy Salita, believes America will once again hold a monopoly over the top division.

“It is incredible to be a co-promoter of Jarrell Miller’s World title challenge against Anthony Joshua on June 1st streamed live on DAZN,” said Cohen.

“The fact that this event is taking place at Madison Square Garden makes it extra special.”

As a result, getting Miller to the big fight is just the beginning, according to the promoter.

“Joshua and his people are thinking this is their man’s big debut in the US to help him gain popularity over here and generate interest in a future fight against Deontay Wilder.

“They think they’re just going to walk over him easily. That’s not what’s going to happen.

“Anthony Joshua has not been the same since the Klitschko fight. Therefore, you can reach him. He’s been fortunate enough to recover and win so far. But against Jarrell Miller, if he can touch you, he’s going to knock you out.

“Jarrell’s chin is made of iron. He’s going to still be there in the middle rounds when Joshua starts losing steam. And sooner or later, he’s going to hit Joshua like he’s never been hit before and because of this, it’s going to be all over.

“Americans will own the heavyweight division once again after June 1,” he added.


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