The ever controversial Jarrell Miller returned to the ring for the second time in three weeks, as he stopped Derek Cardenas in four rounds in Tenessee.
Miller laboured to a points win over Ariel Esteban Bracamonte in his return, but this time showcased his power to drop Cardenas in the third round before going on to finish him in the fourth.
Jarrell "Big Baby" Miller (25-0-1, 21 KO's) scores a knockdown in the 3rd & another in the 4th and then finishes off Tijuana's very tough Derek "El Vikingo" Cardenas (8-10) with this knockdown earning a TKO-4 victory in their heavyweight bout in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Time 1:43 pic.twitter.com/qZhh8XxLMT
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Miller was pencilled in to fight Anthony Joshua in 2019 for the unified world titles but would be busted for the use of performance enhancing drugs. Miller would be scheduled to return in 2020 against Jerry Forrest but once again tested positive for performance enhancing drugs. Can Miller make his way back to the big time in the heavyweight division?