The moment tournament of Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom Boxing USA is headlined Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller taking on Bogdan Dinu for the WBA (common) heavyweight championship on Saturday, Nov. 17 from the Kansas Star Arena and Casino in Mulvane, Kan., dwell and solely on DAZN.
In the co-main tournament, unified girls’s middleweight champion Claressa Shields defends her IBF and WBA titles against Hannah Rankin.
Also at the card, former light-weight champion Brandon Rios battles Ramon Alvarez, the older brother of unified middleweight champ Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.
Miller (22-0, 19 KOs) makes a snappy turnaround when he blew out Tomasz Adamek by way of second-round knockout on Oct. 6 in Chicago. It had gave the impression Miller could be fighting Fres Oquendo at the display however Oquendo had issues in regards to VADA trying out and did not settle for the fight.
Before accepting the largest fight of his profession, Dinu (18-0, 14 KOs) were set for action on an Oct. 27 card in Bulgaria. This can be Dinu’s first fight within the United States; he has competed basically in his local Romania and in Canada.
A victory by way of Miller would inch him nearer to his desired goal of a conflict with unified heavyweight titleholder Anthony Joshua.
(All instances Eastern.)
Miller vs. Dinu fight location
Jarrell Miller and Bogdan Dinu will meet on Saturday, Nov. 17, at Kansas City Star Arena and Casino in Mulvane, Kan.
How to look at Miller vs. Dinu dwell
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Jarrell Miller, Bogan Dinu information
Jarrell Miller: 22-Zero with 19 knockouts.
Bogdan Dinu: 18-Zero with 14 knockouts.
Miller vs. Dinu fight card
- Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller vs. Bogdan Dinu for vacant WBA (Regular) heavyweight name
- Brandon Rios vs. Ramon Alvarez; junior middleweights
- Claressa Shields vs. Hannah Rankin for Shields’ IBF/WBA girls’s middleweight titles
- Gabriel Rosado vs. Luis Arias; middleweights
- Ricky Burns vs. TBA; lightweights
- Nico Hernandez vs. TBA; flyweights