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A breakdown of the heavyweight title showdown set to take place in Cardiff, Wales on Saturday night. Get round by round results and full fight coverage here for this heavyweight championship unification bout between Anthony Joshua vs Joseph Parker fight.
Anthony Joshua (20-0, 20 KOs) will defend his IBF and WBA titles against WBO champion Joseph Parker at Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales (Showtime, 5 p.m. ET), marking arguably the toughest test of his burgeoning career (save the Wladimir Klitschko fight). Parker (24-0, 18 KOs), a native of New Zealand, presents the challenge of balanced boxer/puncher with good size at 6-foot-4 who is currently operating at his physical prime.
Although Parker, 26, has looked slower and a bit sluggish over his last three bouts despite picking up decision victories, his trainer Kevin Barry attributed that to the added 10 pounds of muscle he put on, which didn’t produce the desired effect. Instead, Parker expects to come in Saturday closer to the 235 pounds he campaigned at on the road toward his first title shot in 2016.
The weight change for Parker is expected to better showcase his hand speed and movement. But weight has also been a topic surrounding Joshua, 27, throughout the build to the fight, despite his efforts to downplay it.
Joshua came in at a career-high 254 pounds for 10th-round TKO of late replacement Carlos Takam last October. He said during last week’s media teleconference he expects to come in at 17.5 stone (245 pounds), which would be his lowest since 2016.
“You’ve got to remember with this weight nonsense, no fighter should go into training camp focusing on their weight,” Joshua said. “This isn’t Weight Watchers and nobody should focus on their weight as such. But I do feel that your weight has to adapt to the style of fighter you’re facing.
“With Carlos Takam, he was a shorter fighter.
He came in on the inside and ended up head-butting me, so I knew I had to kind of be able to lean on Takam and tire him out. I knew he was going to move a lot. This wasn’t going to be a Kubrat Pulev type of fight where I’m going to be jabbing or counter punching. I was going to be sitting on top of Takam and working into the body so the weight played a good role.”read more: