ANTHONY JOSHUA rung the opening bell on the New York Inventory Alternate earlier than his press convention with Jarrell Miller.
Joshua arrived in New York as he prepares to change phrases with American loudmouth Miller forward of their first press convention on Tuesday afternoon.
The unified heavyweight champion alongside his promoter Eddie Hearn run the bells to the well-known New York Inventory Alternate – whereas males in fits held his world titles.
Miller will problem for Joshua’s WBA, IBF and WBO world heavyweight titles on June 1 at Madison Sq. Backyard.
The battle marks AJ’s Stateside debut, although it was no secret Miller was fourth in line for the title battle – after WBC king Deontay Wilder, Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte all snubbed battle gives.
Regardless of an enormous underdog, ex-heavyweight champion David Haye advised The Night Commonplace the 22st Miller has the facility and talent to shock the world and rating the upset win over boxing’s golden boy.
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Haye said: “He will shock more than a few people with his boxing ability and size. I have never seen a heavyweight like him.
“What he lacks in height [6ft 4in] he makes up for in width. He is much bigger than Joshua even though he is shorter. One shot from him and it could be lights out.
“He is undefeated and he reminds me of a young Shannon Briggs, who gave Lennox Lewis a hard night at the office in 1998, pushing him to the wire.
“The whole of America will be watching what Anthony can do, too, because this is his first professional fight abroad. That brings pressure.”