Anthony Joshua is currently being primed to encounter a Haka from Joseph Parker’s team with just one night remaining before their fight, Sky Sports reports. According to the report, Parker, from New Zealand via Samoa, will be accompanied to the ring by his uncles who were appointed Samoan High Chiefs after being tattooed by a boar's tooth in the traditional manner.
Although the unification bout between Anthony Joshua and Joseph Parker is still three days away, the heavyweight champions have sustained their media rivalry by promising a thrilling encounter. The WBO heavyweight champion on Tuesday during the final press conference for Saturday's fight warned Joshua to forget about his Wembley win over Wladimir Klitschko as he would provide a "sharper and stronger" challenge in Cardiff.
Mike Tyson, former heavyweight champion and WWE hall of Famer, has opened up about his potential return to WWE. Tyson was involved in one of the most famous storylines in WWE history when he appeared as the "special enforcer" in the match between WWE champion Shawn Michaels and "Stone Cold" Steve Austin at WrestleMania XIV in 1998.
Joseph Parker underwent surgery in both elbows back in Nov. 2017 but is said to be better than ever ahead of fighting Anthony Joshua. WBO champion Parker (24-0, 18 KOs) is set to face Joshua in a IBF-WBA-WBO heavyweight unification clash at Cardiff's Principality Stadium on March 31. However, despite news emerging that the New Zealand boxer underwent surgery back in his home country last year, Parker's promoter David Higgins believes this is a positive heading into the fight.
Anthony Joshua's promoter, Eddie Hear has advised team Joseph Parker to man up and say all the things they have been saying behind Joshua to his face when they both meet at a prematch conference. Hearn's comments is coming after Parker's promoter David Higgins said Parker will leave Tuesday's press conference should "disrespectful" Joshua turn up late
Dillian Whyte has directed a passionate verbal challenge at WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder after his explosive knockout win over Lucas Browne at The O2. According To Sky Sports, the Brixton Man Landed A Huge Left Hook That Sent Browne Crashing To The Canvas In The Sixth Round And Victory Preserved His Status As The Wbc's No 1 Ranked Contender.
Anthony Joshua has refused to confirm the expectation that he will weigh-in notably lighter to fight Joseph Parker, Sky Sports reports. According to the report, Joshua was at his career-heaviest when he fought Wladimir Klitschko (17st 12lbs) then Carlos Takam (18st 2lbs) but it has been suggested by his promoter Eddie Hearn that he might shed weight for the upcoming world title unification fight on March 31, live on Sky Sports Box Office.