Jarrell Miller To Fight Thursday During WBA's KO To Drugs Festival In Argentina

Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller will fight in a professional boxing match for the first time in nearly four years 

Thursday when the heavyweight contender takes on journeyman Ariel Esteban Bracamonte of Argentina at the Casino Buenos Aires.

Miller (23-0-1, 20 KOs) has been inactive since November 2018 due to a string of drug test failures.

he tested positive for performance enhancing drugs weeks prior to his announced fight against Anthony Joshua. 

The soon to be 34-year-old signed a promotional deal with Top Rank and was set to return in a comeback bout against Jerry Forrest,

 but he failed yet another PED test in June 2020 and the fight was scrapped.

Miller said the failed test was caused by a sexual performance pill he'd been using.

The Nevada State Athletic Commission suspended Miller till June 2022, and the boxer was eligible for a license beginning June 17 only

 if he continued producing negative drug tests through VADA’s random drug testing program.