Jarrell Miller: Angry boxing fans edit Wikipedia page of Anthony Joshua’s opponent after failed drugs test


Jarrell Miller: Angry boxing fans edit Wikipedia page of Anthony Joshua’s opponent after failed drugs test

Jarrell Miller has fallen victim to a series of online pranks from boxing fans after failing a drugs test ahead of his fight with Anthony Joshua.

The American was scheduled to face AJ at Madison Square Garden in New York on June 1, however this now may not go ahead, depending on the New York State Athletic Commission’s ruling on the matter.

Jarrell Miller’s Wikipedia page was edited by jokers

It was announced in the early hours of Wednesday morning that the American tested positive for GW1516 (a metabolic modulator also known as cardarine and endurobol) and he could lose out on a huge amount of money as a result.

‘Big Baby’ has also been trolled by Joshua’s loyal legion of fans in the wake of the news, with some even deciding to edit his Wikipedia page in order to continue their mockery.

Miller’s nickname was changed and became ‘Big Doping,’ ‘Big Drug Cheat’ and ‘Top Doper’ all within the space of a few hours.

Anthony Joshua was planning to make his US debut against Jarrell Miller on June 1 in New York

After the story broke, multiple heavyweights put themselves forward as potential replacement opponents for Anthony Joshua.

Manuel Charr claims he is now in negotiations, while Dillian Whyte told talkSPORT: “I would jump in and have some. I would take the fight with Joshua at the drop of the hat.

“I would fight him seven days a week. If they want it, they can have it. Simple as that.”


Source: SportsLatest TS