JARRELL MILLER has been granted a professional boxing licence in Las Vegas for the first time since his drugs scandal.
The shamed heavyweight was initially hit with a two-year ban dating back to a positive test ahead of his proposed fight with Jerry Forrest.
But the Nevada State Athletic Commission have now cleared Miller to fight just over two years on.
They said in a statement to Sky Sports: "Jarrell Miller was granted a 2022 Professional Boxers license which will expire at the end of the year."
Miller, 34, infamously failed three Voluntary Anti-Doping Association pre-fight drug tests before he was set to fight Anthony Joshua in 2019.
He blamed his failed test before fighting AJ on a tainted supplement and stem cell shots in his elbow.
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Joshua, 33, went on to suffer a shock loss, the first of his career, against stand-in Andy Ruiz Jr, 33.
Miller in 2020 earned a contract with Bob Arum's Top Rank stable but again tested positive for a banned substance.
This time the ex-kickboxer put it down to a SEX PILL and was handed a two-year suspension.
Miller enrolled in VADA testing in December 2020 and has returned clean drug tests since, which saw him able to return this summer.
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The American beat Ariel Esteban Bracamonte, 29, and Derek Cardenas, 24, in his first two comeback bouts.
And he is lined up to face Awadh Tamim, 38, on November 4 in Tanzania.
Miller this year sparred Tyson Fury, 34, before the WBC heavyweight champion knocked out Dillian Whyte, 34.
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