2016 BOXING fight – Jarrell Miller vs Donovan Dennis – full fight Video

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3 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2016-01-22, pretty good fight between Jarrell Miller and Donovan Dennis: it gets three stars.

The undefeated Jarrell Miller entered this fight with a pro boxing record of 15-0-1 (13 KOs=87%) and he is ranked as the No.36 heavyweight in the world. He fought five times last year beating Akhror Muralimov in his last bout.
His opponent, Donovan Dennis, has a record of 12-2-0 (10 KOs=83%) and he entered as the No.72 in the same weight class but he comes off the loss against Andrey Fedosov (final of the ESPN’s 2015 Boxcino heavyweight tournament, Fedosov vs Dennis). Miller vs Dennis is valid for the vacant WBA-NABA heavyweight title; undercard of Rob Brant vs Decarlo Perez. Watch the video and rate this fight!


Date: 2016-01-22

Where: Casino Del Sol, Tucson, Arizona, USA

Division: heavyweight (over 200 lbs, 90.7 kg)

Title: vacant WBA-NABA heavyweight title

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Jarrell Miller def. Donovan Dennis (TKO at 2:31, round 7)


Dennis’s previous fight: Andrey Fedosov vs Donovan Dennis


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10 comments on “2016 BOXING fight – Jarrell Miller vs Donovan Dennis – full fight Video”

  1. Interesting but slow pace fight. I saw Jarrel just as a big guy with good stamina but with limited technical boxing capabilities. In my opinion is just relying in the knock out. I bet that as soon as he would start fighting with better technical competition possessing also some punching power he would be in real trouble.

      • Miller would never get close to Joshua. But anybody without the rising British superstar’s height, reach and power is not going to be happy stuck in the Big Baby’s dangerous crib.

        Whyte vs. Miller — who do you favor there? Interestingly both are former kick boxers. I think Dillian’s got the skill edge, but not the punch.

        • Good match-up. (funny – but both Klitschko’s and Povetkin were ALSO heavyweight kick-boxers before turning their sights on boxing).

        • i am not gonna lie i didn`t know miller before this fight, but i just watched his highlights and i think his a great cardio and he good speed for a huge guy (274lbs). i think miller has more chances to beat whyte than otherwise

  2. Absolutely compelling: the most thrilling fight of the young year. It has guts, a mismatch of power, a brave if futile comeback, a terrifying finish.

    Here is the kind of matchup that always has me on the edge of my seat. A lithe, quicker boxer throwing combinations from angles as a human tank of destruction bears down on him singlemindedly… You can guess where my sympathies lie.

    At the end, “Big Baby” Miller (his name suggesting a kind of Oedipal monstrosity, his gloves like giant rattles, and his strange body seeming to erupt from a vast diaper) is allowed to whack Dennis too much for my liking. The ref is useless. Worse, there is a betrayal by the corner, which had already been screaming at Dennis for getting beaten up, and should have thrown in the towel a good minute earlier when their man was limping, slack-jawed and bloody. This is why we watch boxing — for the competition and, sometimes, the horror.

    • Arjay, I really enjoyed your comment and funny eloquence please keep the good work you are doing here.
      Regarding the fight I fully agree with your comment about the referee and Dennis’s corner pushing a brave guy.


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