The unified world winner was expected to resist at Wembley on 1-3 April however, the date will nearly certainly be scrapped.
“I really believe it’s going to soon be a significant time for Joshua’s career,” Hearn told BBC Sport.
“Legacy is about creating ionic minutes and Joshua in New York is an iconic moment.
Taking an unexpected chance
Hearn says he is in”deep discussions” with Miller but admitted the bout was”maybe perhaps not the goal” several months ago. Many fans have criticised the movement.
December’s draw between WBC winner Deontay Wilder along with Tyson Fury is set to cause a re match, thus linking up two opponents who’d have created a buzz among fans of the activity had they decided to manage Joshua at Wembley on 1-3 April.
Hearn admits Fury and Wilder likely have bigger profiles while within america market after their l a competition but said he is”excited” about the opportunity which has now”presented it self”.
“For several years people have said AJ had to struggle in the usa.
“He surely wants to create his own profile in the united states but focusing on exactly how he looks, behaves and struggles that he will soon be a superstar in the us.
“We are not done with a bargain yet but there is a powerful chance.”