DRUGS cheat Jarrell Miller has been brought into Tyson Fury’s camp as a sparring partner ahead of his fight to face Dillian Whyte next month.
The Gypsy King has stepped up his preparations ahead of his WBC heavyweight title defence against his British compatriot at Wembley Stadium on April 23.
Jarrell Miller has been brought into Tyson Fury’s training camp as a sparring partner
Miller is currently serving a ban after testing positive for a banned substance in July 2020
It was reported last week how the unbeaten Mancunian suffered a blow in his training camp after prospect Jared Anderson suffered an injury.
But the 33-year-old has acted quickly in bringing in controversial heavyweight Miller to his team.
In pictures shared by talkSPORT reporter Michael Benson, the pair could be seen posing for pictures as they grinned alongside each other.
American KO specialist Miller has been serving a backdated two-year boxing suspension since December 2020.
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He has not fought since blasting out Romania’s Bogdan Dinu in November 2018.
Miller, 33, tested positive for the banned substance GW501516 – also known as cardarine and endurobol – ahead of his July 2020 bout with Jerry Forrest.
Big Baby also tested positive for a banned substance for a June 2014 kickboxing event in California and was suspended for nine months.
But his most high-profile controversy came before his proposed June 2019 unified heavyweight title fight with Anthony Joshua in New York.
Miller later failed three VADA tests and was replaced by Andy Ruiz Jr, who stunned AJ but lost the rematch six months later.
He is eligible to fight again in June, but must first record negative drug tests.
In an exclusive interview with SunSport in October, his promoter Dmitriy Salita declared Miller is eyeing up a future fight against Fury.
Sailta said: “That fight maybe the biggest heavyweight promotion in a long time. It can be very exciting.
“One step at a time but that would be tremendous.”