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Jarrell Miller handles Johann Duhaupas over 12 rounds

Miller hit Duhaupas with everything he had which was more than good enough for a win, but not a stoppage.

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Wil Esco is an assistant editor of Bad Left Hook and has been covering boxing for SB Nation since 2014.

Heavyweight Jarrell Miller handled his business tonight on HBO, dominating Johann Duhaupas over 12 rounds to take a unanimous decision on official scores of 119-109, 119-109, and 117-111. I also scored the fight 119-109 for Miller on BLH.

Miller started early and had no real problem finding the target and continually strafed Duhaupas with many, many hard shots. For whatever reason though — be it that Miller isn’t a tremendous puncher or Duhaupas just has a tremendous chin, or perhaps a little of both — Miller was unable to knockout Duhaupas or even put him on the canvas.

In the aftermath of the fight Miller credited Duhaupas with being a tough fighter and said that while he was trying to knock him out he was also willing to get some rounds in. He then said that he would love a fight against Anthony Joshua next if that fight happens to present itself.

Final CompuBox stats had Miller landing 261 of 782 total punches (33.4%) with Duhapuas landing 128 of 538 (23.8%)

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