Jarrell Miller vs Mariusz Wach

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Jarrell Miller vs Mariusz Wach
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Date: 
Saturday, November 11, 2017
Location: 
Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, New York, USA
Rounds Scheduled: 
12
Contracted Weight: 
Unlimited
Titles at Stake: 
East/West Heavyweight Title
Referee: 
David Fields

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Beast of a New Yorker, 280-300 lb heavyweight contender, Jarrell Miller takes on Polish former world title challenger, Mariusz Wach.

Wach appears tired in the first minute of the fight, as Miller, quite casually, outworks his opponent at a comforable pace.

Happy to fight with his face in a couple of rounds, Miller has everything his own way, as he chips away at Wach, allowed to rest when he wants to, work when he wants to, and the Polishman fades more and more each round, being fatuiged, an easy target for Miller, who uses his as a punch bag, landing some jarring uppercuts.

After he has tried his best, but can't win, and is there just for the sake of being there, referee David Fields wisely, compassionately stops the fight, Miller winning a TKO victory in round 9, helping his claims he is ready for fights against the likes of Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder.




Fan Cards: Jarrell Miller vs Mariusz Wach


scorecard by RUTHLESS-RKO
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
JARRELL MILLER
9
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
79
MARIUSZ WACH
10
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
73


scorecard by ENDOFME1994
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
JARRELL MILLER
9
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
79
MARIUSZ WACH
10
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
73


scorecard by BOXING KNOWLEDGE
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
JARRELL MILLER
9
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
79
MARIUSZ WACH
10
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
73


scorecard by CHAMPION97
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
JARRELL MILLER
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
80
MARIUSZ WACH
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
72


scorecard by TJK146114
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
JARRELL MILLER
10
10
10
9
10
10
10
9
78
MARIUSZ WACH
9
9
9
10
9
9
9
10
74


Comments

Champion97's picture

Prediction,

I like this match up, very interesting, two guys who shouldn't be popular if they are, one, a proven, outed substance user, the other, a man who I, for one, wouldn't put that very crime past him, and one thing we do know, is that he is a man of ridiculous, irritating words. Aside from anyone's understandable dislike for these guys, they are both very, very good at what they do in the ring, one, to this point in time, never defeated, the other, to this point in time, rarely defeated. I think this will be a very good fight, whilst it lasts.

Jarrell Miller is very good, he is dangerous, resistant to punches, he uses his advantages well, and has shown himself to be good at not letting his disadvantages play a part in his fights. Miller, I believe weighs about 300 lbs, that is about 21 and a half stone, he's not a fat guy, it's all muscle, but for a guy of his height, 6'4, that is massive, 6'4 isn't at at all short, even for a heavyweight, but it is short for a guy weighing that amount, Nikolay Valuev weighed in at various weights between 310 and 340 throughout his career I believe, but he was 7'0, it is hard to believe believe a human being can be that big, and I'm talking about both Valuev and Miller there. I think Miller's defence is terrible, I think he's
vulnerable to the body, I don't think he has Deontay Wilder, Earnie Shavers, George Foreman kind of power, and I think if he fought a guy big enough, and good enough, able enough, and Miller was taken out of his element, his hopes of staying unbeaten would come crashing down, and we would see why it isn't ultimately helpful to be that excessively massive. I don't think Miller is as slow as some might think he is, because he's so big, that against an opponent, like Gerald Washington, a good, solid all round boxer, great athlete, gives it his best, but nothing special, doesn't do anything spectacular in the ring, against that kind of fighter, the whole fight is in his terms, his body can soak up the punishment more easily because of his size, and the fact that the opponent can't set himself, and is being drained by the pressure of Miller, and everytime he throws, without really committing to anything, there is some speed there, as well as sheer force and impact behind the shots because of his muscle, and likely vulnerability of the opponent, but Miller is very slow when he does try a big power shot, he's ok if he lands it, even if the opponent is ready, in shape, determined like Washington was, the shot still takes it's toll, but should Miller miss a shot like that, he could cause himself a problem. I think Miller's variety is good, he can throw more than one shot when he commits, I think because he's 29, young, especially for a heavyweight, and I'm sure he is disciplined in the gym, lifting weights and building muscle is very fitness based as well, but at his size, he knows he can't expect to be able to work 3 minutes a round, disallowing Washington from really doing anything, and making him work was what he often did in their first fight for 2 minutes of a round, and then he'd take it with a good finish, he would work 30-60 seconds, and would rarely miss, I do think he was relieved when the Washington fight was stopped in that he didn't want anything to do with rounds 9-12, especially not the championship rounds.

Mariusz Wach is good, he's a tough fighter, he's coming off a good win over Erkan Teper, he has also defeated Kevin McBride, Julius Long, Christian Hammer, and his losses, coming only against Wladimir Klitschko, when he was out pointed by 2 extended shutout scores, and a score which awarded him a round in the 12, losing a whitewash to the champion, and then later, to Alexandre Povetkin, Wach did ok, he won a round or two, but ultimately, he was levels below his opponent, and he was stopped in the last round against Povetkin. I don't like Wach, he's a drugs cheat, it is a terrible crime, and of he wasn't heavily punished, he should have been. I don't think Wach has much left at all now, he's 37, and he's stepping into the ring against a guy 8 years younger than him, a lot bigger, a lot stronger, I don't think he'll fare well at all.

I think Jarrell Miller will win the fight, and by stoppage, early. I think the first round will be quiet, with Wach working harder than he planned to, taking the first 2 minutes on work rate, but seeming to start to tire very quickly, as Miller starts to let a few punches go in the last minute, and start to punish his opponent, stealing the round from him. I think round 2 will be the same, but Wach will throw less, and he'll be a lot slower, Miller, I think will start slightly earlier in this round, as he senses Wach getting weaker and weaker, and Miller will land 5 or 6 massive shots on Wach late in the round, with Wach almost half hanging over the ropes, just being beaten up badly, I think the stoppage will be unpopular, but correct.

I think Jarrell Miller has the beating of most heavyweights, maybe all but Anthony Joshua, Deontay Wilder, Hughie Fury, Joseph Parker, there may be others, but I think he makes the top 5 at the moment, that being said, I think Wilder, Joshua could ruin his career, I think both could finish him early, I think fights against Fury and Parker, guys who are a step down I think from Joshua and Wilder, would be longer, but I still think they are good enough to make Miller's immense size work against him as the fights would go on, I think Daniel Dubois, in a couple for years, would beat Miller as well, maybe give him a bit of a beating.

Champion97's picture

Decent performance from Miller, but Wach was vulnerable throughout, this is why Tyson Fury shouldn't return to the ring.

Miller, when he doesn't have everything his own way, I think will come to pieces, I do think it will take a top 5 fighter to make things go against him, and I think, when he is on top, in any fight, he is a nightmare, but excessive bulk, in boxing, is a massive help, but ultimately, also a massive hindrance, it is one extreme, and then another, I think we have only seen one extreme with Jarrell Miller, and I think for 2 or 3 rounds, he could dominate Anthony Joshua, but as soon as the tide turns, I could see Joshua burying him to the canvas, and the same with Wilder, I think Parker, Fury, he would have the better of for th first half, but down the stretch, would disappear from the competition of the fight, it would be interesting to see Miller in a big fight, I think now, at 29, he would be wise to take a 'now or never' approach to his career.