Jarrell Miller believes that Anthony Joshua has no chin

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Jarrell Miller is an unbeaten heavyweight boxer from Brooklyn, New York and, unsurprisingly, he has plenty to say.

The 28-year-old is an intimidating 272lbs at 6'4" and has made a name for himself in the heavyweight division with his aggressive, front-foot style.

If Floyd Mayweather's tactical boxing wasn't your bag, the gung-ho Miller might be your guy.

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Miller has 15 knockout victories from his 18 successful bouts and he's now looking to make the next step. The UK has become a hotbed for boxing around the world with 13 world champions and more and more big names are attracted to boxing in England.

Whilst there is no doubt Miller is angling for a title fight and ruffling a few feathers along the way, Big Baby told what a lot of the world has wondered.

"I’m convinced [Anthony] Joshua has no chin and I think it’s only a matter of time before the whole world sees that too. His hand speed is really good and he’s got a good look but I don’t think he’s a real person and everything he says or does seems forced and looks like he’s not being himself. I’m informed he’s a big deal in the UK at the moment but he isn’t himself. You’ve got to be real. Be a real model, not a role model."

Dillian Whyte made similar claims before he met with Joshua last year in a bout that saw the current IBF world heavyweight champion finish him in the seventh round.

"I would absolutely love it for Joshua to talk that talk to me because I would straight up get in his face and show him what I’m about," Miller said. "There’s not many more things dangerous than a m**********r from Brooklyn and you’ll see that whenever I get in the ring.

"This division is lacking real animals but that’s exactly what I am and if I ever do fail, I’ll make sure I gave everything before going down. There are not enough heavyweights prepared to do that."

It's been rumoured Joshua's next fight will take place in December at Cardiff's Principality Stadium, though no opponent has been revealed as of yet.

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