Jarrell Miller has received a provisional boxing license from the Nevada State Athletic Commission.
Miller was previously suspended ahead of his scheduled July 9, 2020 fight against Jerry Forrest by the Nevada State Athletic Commission.
Miller “willingly” denied taking a performance-enhancing drug after reports of a drug test failure ruined plans for the Las Vegas fight.
The Brooklyn heavyweight was also denied a license to fight Anthony Joshua in 2019 by the New York State Athletic Commission, following an unfavorable drug test finding in March of the same year.
Miller admitted he “blew it” in a remorseful video post on Instagram, saying he’d “better come back.”
Miller’s entry into his Joshua match was already under threat after the Voluntary Anti-Doping Association (VADA) notified both sides of an adverse drug test finding, denying him a permit for the Madison Square Garden date. .
But the 34-year-old has now been cleared to resume his career in the coming months with a fight in Las Vegas.
A statement from the Nevada State Athletic Commission to Sky Sports said, “Jarrell Miller has been awarded a 2022 professional boxer’s license which expires at the end of the year.”