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After knocking out Bogdan Dinu, Jarrell Miller wants Anthony Joshua

Comebacks are all a part of the heavyweight division nowadays. While unexpected at first, Jarrell Miller had to dig deep in order to stop the mysterious Bogdan Dinu in Kansas this past weekend. By the fourth round, the viewers inside the Kansas Star Arena and those watching on DAZN were in awe.

Miller beat Dinu via KO to win the WBA-NABA and vacant WBO-NABO Heavyweight Titles.

Right from the start, the fight itself was originally in question. After all, Miller (23-0-1) fought six weeks prior to this past weekend. Would the quick turnaround affect his psyche? Speaking before the fight, Miller felt very confident in his training, and his mind was clear heading into it. It wasn’t easy, but Miller asserted his dominance and proved his confidence wasn’t a farce.

Dinu (18-1) controlled the first two rounds, hitting several jabs that stunned Miller a bit. Keeping his distance, the All-Star announce team didn’t know what to make of the fight at that moment. Everything changed in round three, however, as Miller found his power. Body shots stunned Dinu, and he couldn’t recover after that.

In the fourth, Miller destroyed Dinu with hooks and uppercuts that sent the Romanian down to the mat. A flurry of punches later, and that was all she wrote. After the fight, Miller expressed interest in facing Anthony Joshua, who is waiting for the winner of Deontay Wilder v. Tyson Fury in December.

“We’re looking at a few fight, talking to my team, and Eddie on what’s next,” Miller stated. “We want AJ but he’s busy. Let Trevor Bryan pick up the phone and I’ll beat his butt too. I think it’s time I knock out a Brit.”

Bryan (20-0), the current Interim WBA Heavyweight Champion, last fought in August against BJ Flores. The Albany native has only fought in double-digit rounds once in his career.

Whether “Big Baby” gets Joshua, Wilder, Fury or Bryan, his dominance cannot be ignored. The waiting game has begun, will Miller eventually get what he wants?

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