Jarrell Miller says he will never be a “superhero” after signing his first promotional deal since failing multiple drug tests in 2019.
The American, 31, was due to face Anthony Joshua in June before failed tests meant he was denied a licence.
Miller – nicknamed ‘Big Baby’ – has now signed with Top Rank, the organisation led by legendary promoter Bob Arum.
Miller’s lost date with Joshua in June led to him fighting Andy Ruiz Jr, with the Briton suffering a first defeat against the late stand-in.
Joshua subsequently reclaimed the IBF, WBA and WBO world heavyweight titles in a rematch in December.
The former kickboxer holds a record of 23 wins and a draw in the boxing ring but has not fought since November of 2018.