Anthony Joshua set to defend titles against Jarrell Miller on June 1

Anthony Joshua set to defend titles against Jarrell Miller on June 1

- Anthony Joshua is set to defend his heavyweight titles against American pugilist Jarrell Miller on June 1

- Joshua revealed the fight will hold at the legendary Madison Square Garden

- The Nigerian-born heavyweight champion currently hold three of the four major championships belts

Anthony Joshua, world heavyweight boxing world champion, will step into the ring to defend his titles against American challenger Jarrell Miller.

According to The Mirror, Joshua, who currently holds three of the four major championships in boxing - the IBF title since 2016, the WBA (Super) title since 2017, and the WBO title since 2018 and also the IBO title since 2017, will take on Miller at Madison Square Garden on June 1.

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Speaking ahead of the fight, the Nigerian-born pugilist revealed he is looking forward, to a good fight, his first away from his comfort zone in the United Kingdom.

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“I will be fighting Jarrell Miller at the legendary Madison Square Garden. It has been an honour and a blessing to fight at some of the best venues in the world at home in the UK, not least Wembley Stadium, but the time has come to head across the Atlantic and defend my heavyweight titles in the USA.

"I am looking forward to taking on another challenge with a good boxer & a brilliant talker, it will be an exciting fight, I will leave nothing to chance and plan on dismantling Miller in style to make my mark,” Anthony Joshua submitted.

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Earlier, reported that American boxer Jarrell Miller is confident of fighting Anthony Joshua sometime this year.

The 30-year-old New York based pugilist has won 23 out of his 24 professional bouts - 20 of which ended in knockouts while the last one ended in a draw.

Miller insists that he is not scared of the current WBA, IBF and WBO world heavyweight title holder. ( -> We have updated to serve you better

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