Jarrell Miller's net worth, career earnings and boxing record explained | The Sun

JARRELL MILLER’S boxing career has been marred by scandal.

Here’s what we know about the controversial US heavyweight’s career so far — and his net worth.

What is Jarrell Miller's net worth? 

Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller’s net worth is estimated at between $5 million – $110 million.

Born in Brooklyn, New York, the 6’4” heavyweight started boxing at 16 years old and made his professional debut in 2009, when he was 21. 

Since then, he has earned a lot of money from boxing, and various sponsorship deals. 

But Miller has lost out on significant earnings since failing multiple drug tests. 

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Miller was up against Anthony Joshua in June 2019, but the Madison Square Gardens fight was called off at the eleventh hour after the “Big Baby” failed multiple drug tests.

His purse was said to have been around $4.8m (£3.6m), and even more if he were to win and secure a rematch — but Miller has said he lost out of up to £24 million. 

Miller said: “The first fight was 7.5 m’s and the rematch if I knocked him out was a minimum of 15 to 20 so at least 30 mill by the end of the year.

“I’m from Brooklyn, do you know how many cheeseburgers that was just now I could’ve bought?

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“But like I said, I never got into sport because of money and I feel if I do it in the right way this time I’ll be back there.”

At the time, Miller blamed the tests on a tainted supplement and stem cell shots in his elbow — but a second failed drugs test was blamed on a sex pill. 

The former kickboxer was then handed a two-year ban, which he served before his licence was reinstated in 2022. 

What is Jarrell Miller's boxing record?

The US boxer’s record stands at 26–0–1, with 22 wins by knockout. 

As a kickboxer, his record was 22–2. 

After his called-off fight with AJ, and subsequent drug test failure, there were calls from boxing figureheads for a lifetime ban.

But Miller has won all three fights he’s played since getting back in the ring, including a showdown with Lucas Browne in Dubai in 2023. 

After the fight, Miller called out bitter his rival AJ, and Daniel Dubois.

Big Baby Miller is up against Dubois in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on Saturday 23 December, on a mega-card which will also see headliner AJ facing Otto Wallin.

After a heated confrontation between the rivals in which Miller called AJ a “p***y”, the British champion told SunSport:

“I have to just let him know he is not even in my sights. He is beneath me.

“In reality, I was thinking, 'Why do I even address that clown? He is beneath me’.

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“I have bigger and better things to focus on. He is a clown.

“I am fully focused on Otto Wallin, after this week I will tell you everything but right now Wallin is the only focus.”

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