Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller Signs On With EVERLAST



Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller Signs On With EVERLAST


July 18th, 2018

New York, NY – Everlast Worldwide, the world’s leading manufacturer, marketer and licensor of boxing, MMA and fitness equipment, has signed a two year deal with heavyweight boxer Jarrell ‘Big Baby’ Miller.

Born and raised in Brooklyn, Miller, 30, was a professional kickboxer prior to pursuing a career in boxing. He is currently the 2nd ranked heavyweight in the US and a top 10 heavyweight in the world. In April, the undefeated heavyweight contender beat former world title challenger Johann Duhaupas in a 12 round unanimous decision.

“Aligning the Big Baby brand with Everlast Worldwide is a wonderful union. The best fighters wear the best gloves. I believe I am the best in the heavyweight division and Everlast is the choice for me. I want to thank AC [Adrian Clark] and Everlast for bringing this together. I am thrilled to be a part of the Everlast family,” Miller said on the new partnership.

“We’re very excited to sign Jarrell Miller and welcome him to the family,” says Chris Zoller, VP of Marketing & Product Development for Everlast. “With the help of Adrian Clark, we were able to add a very talented heavyweight fighter to the #TeamEverlast roster.”

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About Everlast Worldwide Inc.

The preeminent brand in boxing since 1910, Everlast is the world’s leading manufacturer, marketer and licensor of boxing, MMA and fitness equipment. From legendary champions Jack Dempsey and Sugar Ray Robinson to current superstars Benson Henderson and Deontay Wilder, Everlast is the brand of choice for generations of world champion professional athletes. Built on a brand heritage of strength, dedication, individuality and authenticity, Everlast is a necessary part of the lives of countless champions. Based in Manhattan, Everlast’s products are sold across more than 75 countries and 6 continents. For more information,

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