first_imgBut while the 2012 Olympic gold medalist continues preparations for the fight, Hearn — who represents both fighters under his Matchroom banner — revealed he had been informed of an adverse finding from Miller, a New Yorker. “We have been informed by VADA that there has been an adverse finding in Jarrell Miller’s sample collected on March 20th, 2019,” Hearn wrote on Twitter. We have been informed by VADA that there has been an adverse finding in Jarrell Miller’s sample collected on March 20th, 2019. We are working with all relevant parties and will update with more details soon. AJ’s preparation continues for June 1st at MSG.— Eddie Hearn (@EddieHearn) April 17, 2019″We are working with all relevant parties and will update with more details soon. AJ’s preparation continues for June 1st at MSG.”  Salita Promotions, which co-promotes Miller, also issued a statement on Twitter: “We are in the process of obtaining further information about VADA’s finding and will have more to say soon on this developing situation. In the meantime, Jarrell continues to train for his June 1 fight against Anthony Joshua.” Ominsport has contacted VADA for comment. Miller (23-0-1) last fought in November, beating Romanian Bogdan Dinu inside four rounds, two months after Joshua stopped Russia’s former world champion Alexander Povetkin at Wembley in seven. Anthony Joshua’s next scheduled opponent, Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller has returned an “adverse finding” in a drug test conducted last month by the Voluntary Anti-Doping Association, according to promoter Eddie Hearn. Joshua (22-0) is set to defend his WBA, IBF and WBO heavyweight titles in his U.S. debut against Miller in a battle of unbeatens June 1 at Madison Square Garden on June 1. last_img