Under a constant rain WBO featherweight titlist Oscar Valdez was able to overcome the hefty looking Scott Quigg in a brutal war before a small crowd to win by unanimous decision on Saturday.
Scott Quigg’s match with Carl Frampton in February of 2016 was a major event in the U.K. Abetted by a large contingent of Frampton supporters from Northern Ireland
Joshua (20-0, 20 KOs) and Parker (24-0, 18 KOs) will lock horns on Saturday, March 31, at Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales. And, as the cliché goes, someone’s “O” will have to go.
Call him the odd man out or maybe even the heavyweight division’s Rodney Dangerfield, because WBO title holder Joseph Parker 24-0
In a fight without an indelible moment (no surprise there), New Zealand’s Joseph Parker successfully defended his WBO world heavyweight […]
This weekend in the UK’s Manchester Arena, beltholder Joseph Parker (23-0) and rookie Hughie Fury (20-0) are set to squabble […]
THE PARKER-RUIZ FIGHT WASN’T THAT CLOSE — This past weekend, a new WBO heavyweight champion was crowned in Auckland, […]
PARKER vs RUIZ; HORN vs FUNEKA — How big was the Parker-Ruiz fight in the context of New Zealand’s sporting […]
JOSEPH PARKER WINS WBO HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE — Joseph Parker, now 22-0, fulfilled the dream of his lifetime this morning in […]
ANDY RUIZ vs. JOSEPH PARKER — In boxing the “home field advantage” looms large. Indeed, professional oddsmakers assign more weight […]