Help by sharing this information News SenegalAfrica News SenegalAfrica RSF decries exceptional press freedom violations in Senegal The 2020 pandemic has challenged press freedom in Africa RSF_en Follow the news on Senegal March 5, 2021 Find out more January 8, 2021 Find out more Reporters Without Borders is outraged by a vicious attack on journalist, Pape Sheikk Fall, who works for an independent Senegalese radio station, Radio Futurs Médias (RFM) in Mbacké (east of the Capital Dakar). The journalist was pounced on by seven men armed with iron bars and cables on 4 May 2006. They beat him about the head and neck, leaving him unable to work for the next two weeks.Witnesses identified one of his assailants as a follower of the marabout (witch doctor), Sheikh Béthio Thioune. The marabout had told the press last week that he planned to support the re-election campaign of the current president, Abdoulaye Wade, at elections in February 2007, adding that he could deliver “four million disciples”.The assault on the journalist was in reaction to an interview he did on 27 April with one of the marabout’s disciples who cast doubts on the degree of the support he said he enjoyed.“Beating up a journalist who reports unwelcome news is an act from another age, which calls for a firm reaction from the Senegalese authorities,” the press freedom organisation said.“The police must carry out an urgent and thorough investigation into the attack and punish those who were responsible. There must be no impunity for those tempted to silence or intimidate the press during an election campaign”. RSF asks Senegal to amend its new press law Receive email alerts to go further May 5, 2006 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Journalist savagely beaten by witch doctor’s followers News Reports Organisation November 27, 2020 Find out more
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Twitter Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR News WhatsApp Pinterest Google+ Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA By News Highland – August 20, 2017 Twitter Pinterest Facebook Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Previous articleLetterkenny Gardai investigate alleged assault of womanNext articleDonegal Marathon Results 20 August 2017 News Highland Google+ Police are investigating a report of shots being fired at a house in the Rossdowney Drive area of Derry around 11.30pm last night (Saturday 19th August). Detectives at Strand Road are keen to hear from anybody who was in the area at the time and may have witnessed the incident or anyone who may have heard the shots being fired or who saw anyone fleeing the area. Detective Constable Donnell said: “It is very fortunate that we are not dealing with a death this morning. The house where this incident occurred was occupied at the time and a toddler was sleeping in a room upstairs. “This was an extremely reckless act in which we believe at least two shots were fired through the front windows of the property.“I would urge anyone with any information to contact police on the non-emergency number, quoting reference 1436 of 19/8/117.“Alternatively, information can also be passed anonymously via the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.” Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows WhatsApp Appeal for information after shots are fired at house Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens further Renewed calls for full-time Garda in Kilmacrennan
In a February interview with The Observer, now-student body president Lauren Vidal said the top priority for her and vice president Matthew Devine, both seniors, was to promote service both on campus and in the community.“We really have this idea of service, and although we understand that’s a broad term, we really [prioritize] service to our peers and to our community as a whole,” she said in the interview. Photo courtesy of Lindsay Huth Student Government sponsored Quad Markets on Oct. 10 on North Quad. Local vendors sold goods ranging from accessories to produce.Now, 10 months into their term leading Notre Dame’s student government, Vidal and Devine have narrowed their service focus while also expanding their vision of a more complete, mutually beneficial relationship between students and the city of South Bend.“We’ve really tried to be very deliberate with how we approach that image of [students] going out into the community and trying to also balance bringing part of the culture of South Bend to campus and also helping students to find ways that fit their lifestyle so that they can go off into South Bend and explore, or at least have some sort of visibility to what South Bend is,” Devine said.Through programs such as Quad Markets, the recently launched 29 for 29 — which pairs each residence hall with a South Bend family that has recently moved out of the Center for the Homeless in order to build relationships between students and South Bend residents — and the annual CommUniversity Day, Vidal and Devine have striven to create a stronger bond between the University and the city.South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg said the relationship has grown deeper over the course of Vidal and Devine’s administration and recent years.“I think our relationship is enviable as college towns go,” Buttigieg said. “I’ve been in university communities where there isn’t a good relationship, where it’s either hostile — I’d say that’s true at, for example, Harvard and Cambridge — or where the university and the community are kind of doing their own thing and not very involved with each other.“Here is very different. And it’s important that we not take that for granted because we really benefit from it.While University president emeritus Fr. Theodore (Ted) Hesburgh advanced Notre Dame as a global institution during his administration, Buttigieg said, University administrators and students have continued to cultivate an international presence, but also develop a robust relationship with the local community.Buttigieg said collaborative projects such as the Eddy Street Commons, the Notre Dame Center for Arts and Culture on West Washington St., the Notre Dame Turbomachinery Facility and Notre Dame involvement in community organizations such as La Casa de Amistad and the Robinson Community Learning Center are recent developments that have greatly benefited both the city and the University.“All of that would have been very hard to picture 10 or 20 years ago,” Buttigieg said.In response to recent student feedback, Vidal and Devine have also addressed the issue of crime in the community in collaboration with local law enforcement agencies, holding periodic meetings with representatives from the University, city, county and state levels.“In terms of the relationship with South Bend, finding the most effective channels of communication has been a key to our relationship with local law enforcement,” Vidal said.“It’s been a huge success. We’ve seen that really opening a forum for communication between all the parties allows us to figure out what’s really happening in terms of looking at all the instances of crime or robbery or burglary and figuring out what we can do as students to encourage safety and what they can do better in terms of serving us.”Buttigieg said clear channels of communication between students and the city extend beyond law enforcement, and there is still room for growth in the relationship.“There are so many different dimensions to the relationship — students as people who get involved, volunteer, start things, do things in the city; students as residents, whether you’ve got students living in the city limits or not, they’re all in the community and so we need to make sure we’re meeting the needs of students, and there’s no better voice for that than student government; [and] students as participants in the economy, working or shopping or eating or drinking in the city,” he said.“All of those things will work better if student government is able to create a flow of information about where the opportunities are for the students to know and then where the needs are for us to know, so that we’re doing a better job of connecting students to the community at large. I think a more structured relationship would probably help us get a feel for what’s on students’ minds and how much access they feel they have to the city.”Buttigieg said small changes, like signs pointing out that downtown South Bend is less than two miles from the heart of campus, can help make a positive difference.Devine said more students have also contributed to the growth of the relationship by taking advantage of work experience available in South Bend.“There have been a lot of people who have started looking at South Bend in different ways,” Devine said. “There have been a lot more people taking advantage of professional opportunities here in South Bend.”Through internships and volunteer opportunities, students can gain meaningful experience and career preparation, Buttigieg said.“Students can get that hands-on experience not just as practice … but as real-world impact,” he said. “And they’ll find a lot of partners, not just in city government, but in the non-profit community, the business community. It’s a small enough community that you can navigate it and have an impact at a young age in a short of amount of time.”Vidal, who spent the summer in South Bend interning for Indiana Legal Services, said she had a positive experience and grew more attached to the city, as more students have done, too, through cultural events and unique dining options in South Bend.“There are a lot of new and exciting businesses in South Bend, … a lot of cool new restaurants that we’ve seen that a lot of students have adopted as their own,” Vidal said.Buttigieg said students have become more “active citizens” and bring ideas he never would have thought of to the city rather than the city soliciting student help.“There’s a level of energy there that’s really exciting,” he said. “And we’re going beyond the traditional model of student involvement as going down to the soup kitchen.Going down to the soup kitchen is great, but we’ve got students applying their talents in so many different ways to the life of the city.”For their part, Vidal and Devine have sought to bring South Bend to campus and encourage students to bring campus to South Bend.“There are lots of positive things obviously happening in South Bend,” Devine said. “We’ve tried to promote the visibility of it, too, but also bring some of those positives to campus and help us develop our image off campus, too, as what we can be as a University.”Overall, Buttigieg said he hopes the relationship between the University and the city stands out as one of the strongest elements of both parties.“Our goal is for the relationship with the city to be one of the reasons you would come to the University of Notre Dame,” Buttigieg said.Tags: City of South Bend, Downtown South Bend, Lauren Vidal, Matthew Devine, Notre Dame, Pete Buttigieg, South Bend, Student government
— Former big league manager Jim Frey has died at age 88. Frey managed the Kansas City Royals to the 1980 AL pennant and the Chicago Cubs within one win of the 1984 World Series. His 1980 Royals swept the Yankees in the ALCS, then lost to Philadelphia in a six-game World Series. His Cubs wasted a 2-0 lead against San Diego in the 1984 NLCS.—Former World Series MVP Steve Pearce is retiring, saying he’s done playing after an injury-plagued season for the Boston Red Sox. Pearce made the announcement Monday night on Boston radio station WEEI while it aired a replay of the 2018 World Series opener between the Red Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers. The career journeyman homered and hit a three-run double in Game 4 of that matchup, then homered twice the next day as the Red Sox took title and he won the MVP.NASCAR-LARSON FIREDLarson fired over slurCHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Kyle Larson has been fired by Chip Ganassi Racing, a day after nearly every one of his sponsors dropped the star driver for using a racial slur during a live stream of a virtual race. In other developments related to the coronavirus pandemic:—The Senior British Open has been postponed amid the coronavirus outbreak, but organizers are still hoping the last senior major of the year can be played in 2020. The event, due to take place at Sunningdale from July 23-26, is the fourth of the five senior majors to lose its scheduled place on the calendar because of the pandemic.— The Tour de France won’t begin as planned because French President Emmanuel Macron (eh-mahn-yoo-EHL’ mah-KROHN’) has canceled all public events with large crowds through mid-July in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Tour organizers say it is now impossible for the three-week race to start on June 27.— The NHL will remain on pause through at least the end of the month. The league on Tuesday announced it was extending its self-quarantine recommendation for players, coaches and staff through April 30. The announcement marks the third time the NHL has pushed back its timetable.— Major League Soccer says its hopes of returning in mid-May are “extremely unlikely.” In a statement Tuesday, the league said guidance from federal and local public health officials is making it unlikely the league will be able to restart in about a month. Hank Steinbrenner dead at 63UNDATED (AP) — New York Yankees co-owner Hank Steinbrenner has died. The oldest son of George Steinbrenner was 63. The team said he died at home in Clearwater, Florida, due to a long-standing health issue.Hank Steinbrenner was one of the four siblings who own the team’s controlling shares. He had hoped to succeed as father as the team’s controlling owner. Between the 2007 and 2008 seasons, he became the public voice of the Yankees ownership. He didn’t appear to have much involvement in the team’s operations in recent years and devoted more time to racing interests.In other baseball news:—The San Francisco Giants and Arizona Diamondbacks are two of the Major League Baseball teams participating in a study of the coronavirus that will test hundreds of people — including players — from the various clubs for antibodies. The Oakland Athletics also are taking part. Associated Press He’s coming off a breakout season in which he was named a first team All-Southeastern Conference selection by The Associated Press and league coaches. His per-game scoring average increased 10 points this season to 14.0 while starting 30 of 31 contests to help the Wildcats earn the SEC regular season title. Richards also ranked fourth nationally in shooting at 64% and made the SEC all-defensive squad with averages of 7.8 rebounds and 2.13 blocks per game.In other college basketball news:— Florida will have its top scorer back next season. Forward Keyontae Johnson announced on social media Tuesday that he plans to return for his junior year with the Gators, a huge boost for coach Mike White’s program. Johnson averaged 14.0 points a game to lead the team in scoring and was second in rebounding. He also led the team in steals with 38, was second in 3-point shooting at 38% and ranked third in assists with 49.NFL-CHARGERS-PARHAMChargers sign former XFL tight end Donald Parham Jr. — Major League Baseball is moving its annual celebration of Jackie Robinson online because of the delay in the season caused by the new coronavirus. The Jackie Robinson Foundation is launching a virtual learning hub to coincide with Wednesday’s 73rd anniversary of Robinson breaking the major league color barrier.—The Chicago Cubs are putting Wrigley Field to use as a food distribution hub to help support COVID-19 relief efforts. The Cubs said they will use the famed ballpark’s concourse as a food-packing and distribution center starting this week while working with Lakeview Pantry.— There will be no Golden Spikes Award this year, ending a streak of 42 consecutive seasons. USA Baseball made the announcement Tuesday. It followed the NCAA’s decision to cancel spring sports seasons due to the new coronavirus.— The University of Cincinnati has eliminated its men’s soccer program as other colleges weigh cutbacks because of budget problems resulting from the coronavirus pandemic. College are grappling with revenue losses from spring sports cancellations.MLB-NEWS April 15, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditVIRUS OUTBREAK-SPORTSESPN asks personalities to take pay cutsUNDATED (AP) — ESPN is asking some of its on-air personalities to take a 15% pay cut over the next three months because of the coronavirus pandemic. The request applies to about 100 ESPN commentators. The voluntary pay cuts would apply to ESPN’s highest-paid broadcasters. They are designed to help deter further immediate furloughs that would affect network employees who might be more financially vulnerable. Update on the latest sports COSTA MESA, Calif. (AP) — Donald Parham Jr., who led XFL tight ends in yards and receptions, has signed a multi-year contract with the Los Angeles Chargers.Parham had 24 receptions for 307 yards and four touchdowns for the Dallas Renegades before the XFL season ended due to the coronavirus pandemic. Parham was also the only tight end in the league to have a 100-yard receiving game.Parham spent time with the Detroit Lions and Washington Redskins during the offseason last year.In other NFL moves:— Offensive tackle Storm Norton has signed a multi-year contract with the Los Angeles Chargers. Norton played for the Los Angeles Wildcats of the XFL before the league ended midway through its season due to the coronavirus pandemic. He played for the Minnesota Vikings in 2018 and had previous stints with the Detroit Lions and Arizona Cardinals.,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 Larson was in his seventh Cup season with Ganassi and had been prepping to test free agency for the first time. Just weeks ago, the 27-year-old was considered the top free agent in NASCAR. Now he is out of a job in what could ultimately be an eight-figure blunder.He was suspended without pay by Ganassi early Monday, then suspended indefinitely by NASCAR and Larson, who is half Japanese, was ordered to complete a sensitivity training. But his entire program fell apart as primary sponsors McDonalds and Credit One Bank pulled their funding from Larson. Chevrolet suspended its relationship with him, and all but one commercial partner denounced Larson’s comment and indicated they were ending their relationship.COLLEGE BASKETBALL-NEWSKentucky’s Richards is fourth player to enter NBA draftUNDATED (AP) — Kentucky forward Nick Richards will enter the NBA draft and forego his final season of collegiate eligibility by signing with an agency.
KINGSTON, Jamaica (CMC) – A groin injury has put Pakistan seamer Hasan Ali in doubt for the opening Test of the three-match series against West Indies bowling off here tomorrow.The 23-year-old, who is yet to make his Test debut, picked up the injury during last weekend’s three-day four game against the WICB President’s XI and is yet to recover.The Pakistan Cricket Board said the player would undergo rehabilitation in an attempt to return to full fitness quickly.“Clinical assessment – there is strain to one of his adductor muscles. He will undergo progressive rehabilitation to regain strength in the groin,” the PCB statement said.“Currently, we are confident that he will recover in time to be able to play in the Test series against West Indies. We will continue to review his situation as he progresses through rehabilitation stages and give an update later when we are satisfied with his successful recovery or progress.”Ali was expected to be a shoo-in for the first Test after impressive performances in the preceding limited overs series. He was especially outstanding in the opening one-dayer with a five-wicket haul.The right-armer sent down 27 overs in the first innings of the tour game but did not bowl in the President’s XI second innings.He has taken 29 wickets in 16 one-dayers and 10 wickets in seven Twenty20 Internationals.
Freshman defenseman Courtney Burke (6) came out of the same high school as fellow Badgers Brianna Decker, Blayre Turnbull and Kim Drake – Minnesota’s Shattuck-St. Mary’s, a noted prep hockey powerhouse.[/media-credit]Five new players are slated to join the Wisconsin women’s hockey team next season, continuing a Badger history of bringing the best prep players to UW’s rink.The Badgers (10-4-1, 6-4-2 WCHA) announced last Wednesday forwards Sydney McKibbon, Sarah Nurse and Annie Pankowski, along with defensemen Melissa Channell and Jenny Ryan, have declared their intent to adorn the cardinal and white jersey.“We think they are good hockey players, other people think they are good players, but they are also good students and they come from good families and have different backgrounds,” head coach Mark Johnson said. “It’s a good class. We’ve got five quality people and five quality players so we’re excited for them to be part of our family.”As with past recruiting classes, they bring experience, talent and academic success to the program. But what makes this group unique is the chemistry they will already have coming into the unfamiliar world they will soon be calling home.McKibbon and Nurse will join the Badgers after finishing their current season together with the Stoney Creek Junior Sabres in the Provincial Women’s Hockey League. If working alongside them as teammates was not chemistry enough, the duo is currently linemates and the top two point earners for the Sabres.A forward from the town of Oakville, Ontario, McKibbon led her team in points last season with 41, 29 of which came from assists. Nurse benefitted from many of McKibbon’s plays, finding the back of the net 21 times, a team-high, and was second to McKibbon in points with 31.Ryan and Pankowski bring a similar dynamic to the team, both playing at the North American Hockey Academy in Stowe, Vt., for the past two seasons. While Pankowski is known for her offensive success, Ryan plays a critical role in maintaining a strong backline for the team.“In the recruiting world, there is no rhyme or reason, you are looking for players that fit into what you are trying to do,” Johnson said. “It is sort of fun. … They will be able to come, and as freshman go, they will be more comfortable with someone they can bounce things off of immediately.”Although Channell will not be coming in to the Badger program alongside a current teammate, she was raised in the same town of Oakville as McKibbon and the two competed for Canada’s Under-18 team in the 2011 Canada-USA series together. Channell also played alongside Badger senior Saige Pacholok in the 2012 Meco Cup for Canada’s Under-22 team.Past recruiting classes for the women’s hockey program have not had the same amount of prior history working together as this incoming group. Yet having a familiar face on the rink as a freshman is not an uncommon trend for Johnson’s team.Freshmen Courtney Burke and Kim Drake were teammates for four years at Shattuck St. Mary’s Academy before taking their bond to Wisconsin this season. The two join a long line of Badger players that once played at the elite hockey school in St. Paul, Minn., including current players sophomore Blayre Turnbull and senior Brianna Decker.“Having Blayre [Turnbull] and Decker here and Kim [Drake] coming in with me I felt like I already had friends so it wasn’t as uncomfortable or as unusual,” Burke said of her first weeks with the Badger team.Johnson recognizes the power of connections his current players may have with potential incoming players, seeing it as a positive addition to his recruiting process.“It’s all about developing relationships and with Facebook and all that, kids talk to each other. So [recruits] ask ‘What’s it like in Wisconsin’ and [current players] say ‘Oh, we’re having a blast,’” Johnson said. “That kind of stuff gets back to teams and players and it helps.”The Shattuck clan isn’t the only lineage of players with similar backgrounds. Freshman Molly Doner came to Wisconsin from the same NAHA team as Pankowski and Ryan, playing with them last season. The three also got to experience the joys of a successful recruiting process together, and Donor is excited she will once again have them as teammates.“Last season, both [Pankowski and Ryan] actually committed right after my official visit as well, so we all came back and were hyped up on adrenaline looking forward,” Doner said. “For me, to the next year, and for them, in two years.”Injured junior Brittany Ammerman and her sister Brooke Ammerman, who finished her four years at UW last season, played at NAHA as well.While Doner could list the successes and prestige of the program Johnson has built at UW, she said what won her over was the chemistry she saw among the Badger players and the instant connection she felt to it with the other former NAHA players.“I never really had to opportunity to know [the Ammermans] beforehand, but once I came here they knew me and it was that automatic connection,” Doner said. “Having them here, they kind of know what we went through, and it’s like all the Shattuck girls. They all have been through the same things. Just seeing all the chemistry the girl had together and how much fun they have, that was really the main selling point for me.”Beyond their play together, the five soon-to-be Badgers each bring additional experience at the international level, either for the U.S. or Canada. Johnson sees this type of exposure on a recruits’ resume as a signal they have played against older, stronger, more experienced players, similar to what they will face in the college hockey stage.With the program’s biggest name, Brianna Decker, graduating from the program after this season, the shows for the next offensive powerhouse will need to be filled.“Are they going to come in and be Brianna Decker? Well Brianna Decker wasn’t Brianna Decker, as a freshman she grew into that position,” Johnson said. “They come in and their eyes are big and a lot is thrown at them, but if they have good work habit and are consistent with what they do they will get better. We are lucky we’ve had some special players so hopefully this next group, one of them, two of them, or all of them will end up being a special player too.”Follow Caroline on Twitter
Update: Anthony Joshua is fighting Andy Ruiz Jr. on June 1 after Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller’s failed drug tests. You can find out more about the new matchup here.Unified heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua is set to make his highly anticipated United States debut when he puts the IBF, WBA and WBO heavyweight championships on the line against Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller at Madison Square Garden. If you can’t make it to the “World’s Most Famous Arena” to watch Joshua taking on a top heavyweight challenger, you can still watch the bout live and exclusively on DAZN.Join DAZN to watch Joshua vs. Miller and 100+ fight nights a yearThe knock against Joshua, a British superstar who has routinely sold out stadiums in the United Kingdom — including a record 90,000 at Wembley Stadium in London for an 11th-round knockout of Wladimir Klitschko in 2017 — is that he hasn’t fought in America, and needed to do so in order to raise his celebrity globally.Now, the 29-year-old will touch American soil for the first time and clash with Miller, who’s developed into one of Joshua’s fiercest rivals.At a press conference to announce the launch of DAZN in July, Miller got into a confrontation with Joshua as the two exchanged words in front of the crowd. Miller wasn’t finished and proceeded to make comments about Joshua’s mother to Sporting News.Later that same day in an interview with SN, Joshua was visibly upset when he was told of Miller’s comments.Once the dust settled from the confrontation with Miller, Joshua (22-0, 21 KOs) went on to defeat Alexander Povetkin by seventh-round TKO last September.MORE: Anthony Joshua shows willingness to sling mud with Jarrell MillerMeanwhile, Miller (23-0-1, 20 KOs) has scored two knockout victories over Tomasz Adamek and Bogdan Dinu since the July incident. Miller has won 11 of his last 12 fights by stoppage.Although unbeaten, Miller has yet to face an opponent with the pedigree of Joshua. Nevertheless, Miller’s size and strength could prove to be a challenge for the unified champion. Here’s a complete guide to the Anthony Joshua vs. Jarrell Miller fight, which is available exclusively on DAZN rather than traditional pay-per-view, along with updated betting odds, who’s on the undercard and more.MORE: Who is Jarrell Miller? Profiling Anthony Joshua’s next opponentWhen is the Joshua vs. “Big Baby” Miller fight?Anthony Joshua vs. Jarrell Miller will take place Saturday, June 1. It will be Joshua’s U.S. debut and his first fight in nearly nine months after defeating Alexander Povetkin on Sept. 22, 2018. Miller’s last bout was Nov. 17. A start time for the Joshua vs. Miller card has not yet been announced.How to watch, live stream Joshua vs. MillerThe Anthony Joshua vs. Jarrell Miller fight is not available via traditional pay-per-view methods. Instead, fans in North America can watch the fight by streaming on DAZN.DAZN is available on a variety of platforms, including Roku, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, iOS, Android, Xbox One, Playstation 4 and Playstation 3, as well as Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari browsers via DAZN.com.MORE ABOUT DAZN• Meet DAZN, the first dedicated live sports streaming service• What sports are live-streamed on DAZN?• How much does DAZN’s live sports streaming service cost?How much does the Joshua vs. Miller fight cost?A new subscriber to DAZN can sign up for a monthly subscription or annual pass to watch the fight. The annual pass — which includes access to all of DAZN’s live events, as well as highlights, replays, behind-the-scenes features, original shows and live reports — is $99.99, which averages out to a little over $8 a month. For those who want a monthly-plan instead of the longer-term value, fight fans can sign up for a monthly option for $19.99.For current subscribers, the fight is already included as part of your plan. Where is Joshua vs. Miller taking place?Anthony Joshua and Jarrell Miller will fight at Madison Square Garden in New York City. It’s the first time in Joshua’s boxing career that he’s fighting at MSG. Miller is also competing in the “World’s Most Famous Arena” for the first time.Anthony Joshua vs. Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller betting oddsAccording to ProBoxingOdds.com, Anthony Joshua opened as a -1250 favorite, which means you’ll need to bet $1,250 to win $100. Meanwhile, Miller is a +587 underdog, meaning if you bet $100, you could win $587. MORE: Watch Canelo vs. Jacobs on May 4 on DAZNAnthony Joshua record and bioName: Anthony JoshuaNationality: BritishBorn: October 15, 1989Height: 6-6 Reach: 82″ Total fights: 22Record: 22-0 with 21 knockouts.Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller record and bioName: Jarrell MillerNationality: AmericanBorn: July 15, 1988Height: 6-4Reach: 78″ Total fights: 24Record: 23-0-1 with 20 knockouts.Joshua vs. Miller fight cardMatchupClassBeltAnthony Joshua vs. Jarrell MillerHeavyweightIBF, WBA and WBO