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Anthony Joshua v Jarrell Miller off after American's second 'adverse finding'

BBC Sport Friday, 19 April 2019
Jarrell Miller returns a second "adverse finding" from a drugs test and will now be replaced as Anthony Joshua's next opponent, says Eddie Hearn.
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