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Tyson Fury is now fighting Jarrell Miller to prepare for Dillian Whyte, but once called him a ‘big p***k’ and challenged him to a $100,000 bare knuckle fight before Deontay clash Wilder


Tyson Fury and Jarrell Miller are now on good terms as sparring partners, but that certainly wasn’t the case at the end of 2018.

The Gypsy King has recruited the disgraced undefeated heavyweight to help prepare for his upcoming fight with Dillian Whyte, live on talkSPORT on April 23.

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Fury had many words for Miller in 2018

Tyson Fury is now fighting Jarrell Miller to prepare for Dillian Whyte, but once called him a ‘big p***k’ and challenged him to a $100,000 bare knuckle fight before Deontay clash Wilder

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The pair are now on better terms and train together at Fury’s gym in Morecambe

Three and a half years ago, however, Fury made a 30-second video demanding that Miller face him at his training base in Big Bear, Calif., where he was preparing for his first clash with Deontay Wilder.

The Brit told the American he would bet $100,000 on a fight or a fistfight to settle their differences.

They had already exchanged words in the media during their first training session several years before.

Fury began: “This is a legend video for fatboy, Jarrell Miller.

Tyson Fury is now fighting Jarrell Miller to prepare for Dillian Whyte, but once called him a ‘big p***k’ and challenged him to a $100,000 bare knuckle fight before Deontay clash Wilder

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Miller missed his chance to fight Anthony Joshua

“Come up here, bring a hundred thousand dollars with you and me and you will fight in the ring. The winner takes it all, cash.

“I dropped you off at Lancaster, Lancashire seven times. I’ll drop you off at Big Bear, California ten times, you big asshole.

“Ride here, anytime, anywhere, anywhere.

“Do you want a fight or do you want a bare-knuckle fight? Get in here, big asshole.

Tyson Fury is now fighting Jarrell Miller to prepare for Dillian Whyte, but once called him a ‘big p***k’ and challenged him to a $100,000 bare knuckle fight before Deontay clash Wilder

Fury is the WBC and Ring Magazine heavyweight champion

Unsurprisingly, the call did not result in a bare-knuckle fight between the two.

Instead, they went their separate ways, with Miller failing multiple drug tests in 2019 and 2020.

As a result, he is currently banned from boxing, but will soon be free to return.

Meanwhile, Fury drew with Wilder for the first time but stopped him in their next two fights and thus stands as the WBC world heavyweight champion heading into the mandatory defense against Whyte.



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