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Joseph Parker will be compensated well for his heavyweight title unification fight with Anthony Joshua. According to multiple reports, New Zealand’s Parker will be paid approximately £7 million, roughly $9.6 million, for traveling to Cardiff, Wales, to battle Joshua on March 31. As the obvious ‘B’ side of this promotion, however, he’ll only get one shot to knock off the British superstar. England’s Joshua has a rematch clause in the event he loses to Parker, but Parker doesn’t have one. Parker appeared unfazed following a press conference Tuesday by the thought of having to defeat Joshua twice before being able to head in a different direction. A Sky Sports reporter asked Parker after the press conference about the possibility of making more money than Joshua for their rematch if he pulls off an upset in 2½ months at Principality Stadium. Joshua (20-0, 20 KOs), the IBF/IBO/WBA champion, reportedly could earn about £15 million, which equates to approximately $20.6 million, for fighting Parker (24-0, 18 KOs), the WBO champ. “There’s a rematch clause for him, so if I do win I don’t need a rematch clause,” Parker told Sky Sports. “I’m putting everything into March 31, so it doesn’t matter taking the short end of the stick. We’re happy with the deal, they’re happy with the deal. So everything’s done now. It’s just time to get it on. I think there’s enough talking, all contracts are signed, so we’re looking forward to it. It’s an exciting time to be a heavyweight.” The 26-year-old Parker, who has won each of his three WBO heavyweight title bouts by decision, doesn’t think he needs to knock out the 28-year-old Joshua to win their scheduled 12-round fight. “I’m gonna come here in the best shape I’ve ever been in,” Parker said. “I’m gonna put on a great performance. I’m gonna box the best I’ve ever boxed and if a knockout comes, it comes. But I think if you’re looking for it, you won’t get it. But I know I have the power to knock him out.” News Credit:Boxing Scene
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Not long left! Who’s got this one?! #okolievschamberlain 🥊💥l

@anthony_joshua 🥊✏ Some pencil artwork of an epic fight by my alter ego @thepencilpugilist ...Go and give him a follow if you're a boxing/ mma fan as he's drawing pencil tributes to great fighters and epic fights.💥
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Big news for a #TeamSouthpawJab amateur member: on the 4th February @rossboxernabc will fight in the Eastern Counties Final!
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I haven’t read this but for fuck sake @oharadavies this is just not needed, I highly doubt he’s the most hated man in Boxing, people use to hate @floydmayweather and love him at the same time, no need we should be promoting our British fighters, ok maybe not at the moment but this isn’t necessary, on the other hand all publicity is good publicity OD 👊🏻🥊 #britishboxing #sportshubuk #oharadavies @matchroomboxing #helbeback #better #than #ever

A sign of things to come from @cedwardsboxing he wants the @iam_yafai fight bigtime!!! @matchroomboxing @eddiehearn #britishboxing #flyweight #superflyweight #future

Interview with unbeaten Light heavyweight @lyndonva about next fight date on @blackflashpromotions show, new deal with @frank_warren_official and his thoughts on the top three in the division. Watch now at our YouTube channel.
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To me this says @joeboxerparker is not as confident as he thinks he is!! He knows he’s up against a mountain in @anthony_joshua and considering @gypsyking101 listed a number of heavyweights including Parker on Twitter makes it even more laughable #😂 #🤣 KO #YOUWILLGETDROPPED #ajbxing @matchroomboxing @eddiehearn #britishboxing #heavyweight #unify #2018 #is #the #year

Hosea Burton recaps on the time he almost quit the sport of boxing. But longtime friend and stablemate @ant_crolla86 convinced Hosea to give it another shot.
#hoseaburton also gives opinion on @tonybellew fighting at #heavyweight and why there's no money in the #cruiserweight division. (Link to full interview bio)

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With both @gamalyafai1 and @teamgavmac brothers being #worldchamps what’s instore for these two as the face of for the @wbcboxing international #super-bantamweight title? Who wins? Too tough to call for me #gamalyafai gavinmcdonnell @iam_yafai #jamiemcdonnell #future #world #champions #? #🥊 #britishboxing #sportshubuk

Former heavyweight champion Tyson Fury (25-0, 18 KOs) is backing WBO champion Joshua Parker (24-0, 18 KOs) to win the upcoming unification with IBF, IBO, WBA champion Anthony Joshua (20-0, 20 KOs). Joshua and Parker announced their fight on Sunday, for March 31 at Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales. Parker is viewed as the underdog in the contest, with the Olympic gold medal winner expected to win by many with a knockout. Fury, who has long praised the boxing abilities of Parker, expects the New Zealand fighter to come away with the biggest victory of his pro career. "If I'm honest I fancy Parker, and that's being gospel," Fury said on the Pound for Pound podcast. "He's young and ambitious, he's got fast hands, he hits hard and he fights excellent against opponents who stand still and don't move." "Another thing is I've never met a Maori that ain't tough -- they're all tough as teak." A win by Parker would certainly big blow for Fury - because a fight with Joshua would be the biggest event in British boxing and one of the biggest heavyweight fights in many years. Fury recently parted ways with longtime trainer, his uncle Peter Fury, and hired Ben Davison to prepare him for a planned ring return in April. He is in the process of reclaiming his license to box from the British Boxing Board of Control.
News Credit:Boxing Scene
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