Miller dispatches of Dinu in four
When this fight was announced, many felt Miller took the bout to stay active as he awaits an opportunity to fight for a major title. Dinu is relatively unknown and pundits had to do some digging to find out he had a great amateur pedigree.
Dinu surprised a lot of onlookers and fans when he displayed the ability to jab and move in the early rounds. As Miller stalked, he walked right into some well placed shots straight down the middle from the undefeated Romanian.
However, the success would be short-lived by the Romanian. After round two, Miller started to elude the jab and dig to the body. More and more fans could see Dinu start to become immobilized as he abandoned the use of angles.
A shot to the thigh from the Brooklynite would show how much force was behind his shots. The punch forced Dinu to take an immediate knee. Shortly after, Miller would connect on the inside with an uppercut that dropped the Romanian.
He would wait til the count of nine before rising to his feet. The favorite immediately jumped on his prey and dropped him again. This time, Dinu would not make the count.
Miller improves 23-0-1 with 20 knockouts. He has now registered consecutive knockouts since joining he DAZN platform.
In the post fight interview, he did not hesitate to run-down the list of top ranking heavyweights claiming he wanted to fight them all!
By: EJ Williams
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