Jarrell Miller and Lucas Browne weigh combined 43 STONE for fight as disgraced heavyweight calls out Anthony Joshua

JARRELL MILLER and Lucas Browne weighed a combined 43 STONE for their humongous heavyweight fight in Dubai.

The pair of veterans headline in the Middle East and left their mark when they hit the scales.

@ProBox_TVLucas Browne and Jarrell Miller facing off[/caption]

Miller, 34, weighed a whopping 333lb or 23st 7lb while Browne, 43, came in at 277lb, which is 19st 7lb.

It meant the combined weight between the pair was 43 stone.

For context, strongmen rivals Hafthor Bjornsson, 34, and Eddie Hall, 35, weighed only four stone more in the “heaviest boxing match in history.”

Browne is coming off two wins, most recently against Australian contender Junior Fa, 33, in June.

But he was left fuming when the British Boxing Board of Control refused to licence him to fight Daniel Dubois, 25.

Miller meanwhile returns in his first notable fight since his disgraceful doping scandal.

The American infamously blew the chance of challenging Anthony Joshua, 33, for the heavyweight titles in 2019 after failing a series of drug tests.

He blamed the failed tests on a tainted supplement and stem cell shots in his elbow.


He then received a contract with Bob Arum’s Top Rank stable but again tested positive for a banned substance.

This time the ex-kickboxer put it down to a SEX PILL and was handed a two-year suspension.

Miller enrolled in VADA testing in December 2020 and has returned clean drug tests since, which saw his licence in Las Vegas reinstated.

The New Yorker won two comeback fights last year, on points against Ariel Esteban Bracamonte and a stoppage over Derek Cardenas.

And ahead of his fight against Browne, Miller audaciously called to settle his score with Joshua.

He told iFL TV: “Fight somebody that’s really game.

“Regardless if you want to talk and bring up nonsense, listen you know what these guys do, man.

“Let’s put our bulls*** aside, let’s be like men, let’s get in the ring and let’s really bang it out so I can really retire your punk ass.”

Anthony Joshua and Jarrell Miller before their cancelled fightGetty Images

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