Jarrell Miller's Wikipedia page has already been changed after Anthony Joshua announcement

Jarrell 'Big Baby' Miller v Johann Duhaupas

The announcement of Jarrell Miller as Anthony Joshua's next opponent had a few punters putting big money on the Brit to maintain his unbeaten record.

Eddie Hearn's boxer remains the heavy favourite for the upcoming world title clash, but one fan has taken Joshua's seemingly impending victory a step further, and possibly a step too far depending on how June 1 goes.

Both men are unbeaten in their professional boxing careers, with Miller racking up 23 wins and one draw, whilst the Olympic gold medalist AJ is just shy of the American with 22.

As Eddie Hearn attempted to promote his big money fight, with AJ set to make his US debut, one fan picked up that Miller's unbeaten streak has already been ended by Joshua, that is according to Wikipedia anyway.

The tweet may be premature, but emphasises the dominance that AJ has established in the heavyweight division.

Joshua has faced many big tests in his career, which have cemented his place at the top of the boxing mountain, having beaten the likes of Wladimir Klitschko, Dillian Whyte and Joseph Parker for world titles.

Jarrell Miller's CV, however, is slightly less coveted, which makes him the underdog in New York.

AJ's next bout was set to take place on April 13, but complications such as the Wilder/Fury rematch date, and failure to agree terms on a rematch with Whyte, mean that AJ will now face Miller on June 1.

For Miller, his bout against AJ at Madison Square Garden will be his first world title fight, much to the dismay of the apparent number one contender Whyte.

The Body Snatcher will instead face big-hitter Dominic Breazeale, who is also looking to stake his claim in the heavyweight division.

AJ will follow in the footsteps of rival Tyson Fury in plying his trade across the pond, as the Watford-born superstar looks to make it seven straight world title defences in America.

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