Jarrell Miller Returns on Floyd Mayweather vs. John Gotti III Undercard

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The undercard is now set for the next exhibition fight return of Floyd Mayweather, who enters the ring on Sunday, June 11, in a clash against John Gotti III, the grandson of organized crime icon John Gotti.

The event will be available through Zeus Network Pay-Per-View and streams live from FLA Live Arena in Sunrise, Florida.

In the co-featured, eight-round exhibition, Ulysess “The Monster” Diaz will rematch UK-based fighting star Khalas “BabaYaga” Karim in the sequel to their bout from February on another Mayweather topped Zeus Pay-Per-View undercard.

In another four-round exhibition, world-class heavyweight Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller will take on Vegas-based undefeated heavyweight Antonio Zepeda.

The undefeated Miller, 34-years-old, currently holds a professional record of 26-0-1, with 22 KOs and was last seen knocking out former champion Lucas Browne in six rounds in March of this year. Miller is still trying to rebuild his career after several mishaps with failed drug tests.

The 28-year-old Zepeda is currently 6-0, 6 KOs as a boxer and a 2-0, 2 KOs in MMA.

Standing at 6-foot-6 and weighing 270-pounds, Zepeda was a Phoenix Camelback High School All-Arizona football defensive end. He began his boxing training less than a year after his dreams of an NFL career ended at UNLV in 2017, when he suffered a broken tibia, torn MCL and meniscus.

Also scheduled for action is a four-round bareknuckle boxing match between MMA star Hector Lombard and Eric Turner.

In another four-round exhibition bout, J’Hon Ingram will battle Ryan “Stone” Allen.

And to open the action, Kamari “KB3” Burnside will fight three exhibition rounds against Brendan Jackson.

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