By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
More information has come out regarding Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller. Instead of failing one drug test, like it was revealed earlier this week, it has now been revealed he has failed three drug tests.
He lost potentially the biggest payday of his career after the first failed drug test. It was revealed on Friday that he failed two more drug tests.
On Tuesday, it was discovered that he had failed a VADA drug test for GW1516. The next day, he was denied a license to fight heavyweight Anthony Joshua in the proposed mega fight on June 1st at Madison Square Garden.
Joshua’s team was already looking for a new opponent after Tuesday’s revelation. On Friday, the other two failed drug tests revealed he failed for HGH in one and the third failed drug test was for GW1516 and EPO.
After the third failed drug tests came to light, Miller went to social media.
“This is your boy ‘Big Baby’ Miller here,” he said. “A lot can be said right now. I’m going get straight to the point. I messed up. I messed up. I made a bad call. There’s a lot of ways to handle a situation, I handled it wrongly. I’m paying the price for it. I’m missing out on a big opportunity.
“I’m hurting on the inside. My heart is bleeding right now. I hurt my family, my friends, my team, my supporters. I’m gonna own up to it, I’m gonna deal with it, I’m gonna correct it, and I’m gonna come back better. I’m humbled by the experience, to understand how to handle certain things. I’m gonna leave it at that. I love you guys and I appreciate you guys out there. Fighters, we go through a lot. I don’t want make a bad name for ourselves. It’s time to do right and get right.”
Miller reportedly lost a $6 million payday from losing the Joshua fight. He has a 23-0-1 record with 20 knockouts.
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