Miller vs Browne: Fight Card, Start Time, Streaming & TV Channels
By Alex Fesl: In a crossroads fight, Jarrell Miller 25-0-1 (21 KOs) is scheduled to take on former WBA (Regular) heavyweight champion Lucas Browne 31-3 (27 KOs) at the Agenda Arena in Dubai.
Weights: Jarrell Miller 333 lbs. vs. Lucas Browne 277 lbs.
Jono Carroll 130 lbs. vs. Miguel Marriaga 130 lbs.
Soslan Asbarov 199.5 lbs. vs. Brandon Glanton 200 lbs.
A once-promising heavyweight prospect, Miller was at one time set to take on Anthony Joshua for the heavyweight championship at the famed Madison Square Garden back in the summer of 2019. That fight never materialized due to Miller failing multiple performance-enhancing drug tests and then being suspended. After serving his suspension for a few months, Miller would again fail multiple performance-enhancing drug tests before a match with heavyweight contender Jerry Forrest in 2020. After failing that test, Miller would seemingly go into hiding for the next few years, not boxing once.
WHAT TIME IS MILLER VS. BROWNE?
- Date: Saturday 18, March
- Start time: 10:00 a.m. ET / 2:00 p.m. GMT
- US Stream: PROBOXTV.com
- The fight will take place at the Agenda Arena, Dubai.
- Main event ringwalks (approx): 12:00 p.m. ET
- The main card is set to get underway at 10:00 a.m. ET / 2:00 p.m. GMT with the main event ringwalks scheduled for 12:00 p.m. ET
Last June, Miller would return to the ring in an obscure fight card in Argentina, defeating local fighter Ariel Esteban Bracamonte by unanimous decision. One month later, Miller would return to the states to take on Derek Cardenas and win via 4th round TKO. This Saturday’s match vs. Browne will represent Miller’s toughest opponent of his career and perhaps his last chance at relevancy in the heavyweight division.
Like Miller, Lucas Browne has had an up-and-down career as well. Starting his career off quite impressively, Browne would have victories over boxing legend James Toney, contenders Travis Walker, Richard Towers, and Andriy Rudenko before taking on WBA (Regular) heavyweight champion Ruslan Chagaev. Browne would go on to take out Chagaev by sensational 10th round knockout in 2016. Yet, no stranger to failing performance-enhancing drug tests (like Miller), Browne would go on to fail multiple drug tests post-Chagaev fight. Browne would then be suspended for several months.
Afterward, Browne would continue his career by going 7-3 in his next ten fights. In his most noteworthy fight during that run, Browne would be knocked out by former heavyweight title challenger Dillian Whyte back in 2018.
Looking ahead, both Miller and Browne are highly rated by the WBA, with Browne ranked 10th and Miller ranked 11th, per the WBA’s February rankings. The winner of this fight will potentially move up in the rankings for a shot at the super WBA heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk or secondary regular WBA heavyweight champion Daniel Dubois.
MILLER VS. BROWNE CARD
- Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller vs. Lucas Browne; Heavyweights
- Jono Carroll vs. Miguel Marriaga; Junior lightweights
- Soslan Asbarov vs. Brandon Glanton; Cruiserweights
- Samat Abdyrakhmanov vs. Nicolas David Veron; Middleweights
- Kureysh Sagov vs. Ali Baloyev; Cruiserweights
- Ruslan Fayfer vs. German Garcia Montes; Heavyweights
- Hasibullah Ahmadi vs. Dana Coolwell; Featherweights
- Djamel Dahou vs. Allan Kamote; Lightweights
- Abdul Khan vs. Jaskaran Singh; Junior lightweights
- Artush Hovhannisyan vs. David Zegarra; Light heavyweights
- Mikhail Tarabrin vs. Victor Hugo Exner; Light heavyweights
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