LaDarius ‘Memphis’ Miller and the Left Hand Perspective during Broner vs Porter Fight Week

(Left to Right) Prospects Kevin Newman II, Thomas Hill,  LaDarius ‘Memphis’ Miller, Ronnie Austion flank contender Errol Spence Jr. (Photo: Chris Robinson)


By Chris Robinson

During any fight week in Las Vegas you are sure to come across a lot of boxing people inside of whatever media center you are using.

This weekend’s “Premier Boxing Champions” doubleheader featuring Adrien Broner vs. Shawn Porter headlining Saturday night and Rances Barthelemy vs. Antonio DeMarco showcasing Sunday afternoon is intriguing on several fronts.

With several notable prospects appearing on both undercards, there has been a lot of familiar faces being seen inside of the MGM Grand’s media tent right outside of the arena.

On Thursday afternoon we had another good Q and A with undefeated junior welterweight prospect LaDarius “Memphis” Miller ahead of his next assignment on the Porter vs. Broner undercard.

It’s been a few years now since Miller moved to Las Vegas from his hometown of Memphis and he has progressed greatly from the young kid who took a chance, jumped on a bus, and moved across country to change his life.

Check out the video below as Miller, now 7-0 with 1 knockout as a junior welterweight, speaks on his next fight and what his “Left Hand Perspective” on life means.

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