Jarrell ‘Big Baby’ Miller on McGregor’s Fight With Mayweather: “To beat Floyd he is gonna need a gun”

Jarrell ‘Big Baby’ Miller drops in with Eric Salvary on the Get Fit Radio Podcast webseries. Photo via Instagram

Jarrell ‘Big Baby’ Miller has a huge ten round fight against Gerald Washington on Saturday. The Brooklyn native’s match is an undercard to Mikey Garcia and Adrien Broner’s bout at Barclays Center.

Miller’s career began when he took up Muay Thai at the age of 14 and boxing at the age of 16. He holds an 18-0 record in boxing with his last fight being in August 2016 where he fought Fred Kassi in Rochester, New York. In addition to boxing, Miller is also an accomplished kickboxer and boasts a 21-2 record. In the kickboxing world, he’s lauded for beating K-1 veteran Pat Barry at the WCL Eastern & Western Conference Finals in 2008.
While all eyes are on the East coast for this weekends boxing happenings at Barclays Center, the world is waiting with baited breath for the big fight coming to the West coast, by way of Las Vegas, Nevada next month. Boxer Floyd Mayweather will take on UFC fighter Conor McGregor on August 26 at the 20,000 capacity T-Mobile Arena.


‘Big Baby’ is excited to see it. In an interview on the Get Fit Radio Podcast and webseries, Big Baby Miller weighed in on August’s big fight. “I mean, to beat Floyd he is gonna need a gun,” Jarell ‘Big Baby’ Miller told Get Fit Radio’s host Eric Salvary on McGregor.


The conversation began at the 3:00 mark


“I mean there’s nothing he can do to beat Floyd at this point. I’m not sure he has a legit boxing coach, but he would have to get with a legit boxing coach. It would take years to get those fundamentals down. He does have natural ability on some movement and pretty decent hand eye coordination, so he’ll definitely pick up a lot of fights. I mean, he is a fighter, but to stick with boxing, he would have to focus on boxing and get an enthusiastic coach that knows what he’s doing.”


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