Deontay Wilder says he will get in the ring and go face to face with Anthony Joshua if he beats Joseph Parker in Cardiff, sky sports reports. According to the report, the WBC heavyweight world champion will be ringside as part of the Sky Sports Box Office team for the huge unification fight between the WBA 'super' and IBF holder, Joshua, and WBO champion Parker at the Principality Stadium, on March 31.
Conor McGregor's head coach John Kavanagh believes the Irishman will return to fight in the UFC later in 2018 and stated that he's "back in the gym every day". McGregor, who last fought in the boxing ring against Floyd Mayweather Jr., currently holds the UFC lightweight belt but his inactivity has sparked controversy over whether he should be stripped or not.
Undefeated American heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder will defend his World Boxing Council crown in March against unbeaten Cuban contender Luis Ortiz in New York, according to Wilder promoters. The move comes amid reports that rival unbeaten champions Anthony Joshua of Britain and Joseph Parker of New Zealand are in final talks to fight in March and that could set the stage for the winners to meet for the undisputed crown later this year.
Joseph Parker has told Anthony Joshua he would inflict a 'lot of damage' on him when they both meet on March 31 in a unification bout billed to be held at Principality Stadium in Cardiff. According to Sky Sports, the WBO champion insists he is not concerned about travelling to Britain to face Joshua, the WBA 'super' and IBF title holder, at the Principality Stadium. Parker, who expressed relief after lengthy negotiations for the fight, sent out a warning to Joshua ahead of their press conference this week.
Joseph Parker says he will respond with a defiant smile if Anthony Joshua's punches cannot put a dent in his renowned chin during their world title unification clash set to take place on March 31, at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff. According to Sky Sports, the New Zealander holds a proud reputation of never being floored in his unbeaten career ahead of his heavyweight fight with Joshua. He vowed to crush Joshua by putting up his best display when they both meet.
World heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder was on Thursday ordered to perform 60 hours of community service after being found guilty of marijuana possession. According to Dailymail, the 32-year-old American, who last fought in November when he beat Haitian-Canadian Bermane Stiverne with a first-round knockout to retain his WBC heavyweight title, was arrested in Alabama last June. Wilder, who received a 30-day suspended sentence and two years of probation, was ordered to perform the community service at a local YMCA.