It is rare, even unheard of, for the vision of the boxing world to be filled so completely by Great Britain.
The second visit of Muhammad Ali to these shores, it is true, drew the sport’s eye to the country that gave the world the Marquis of Queensbury rules
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
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BRITISH HEAVYWEIGHTS — These are giddy times for heavyweight boxing in England. IBF champion Anthony Joshua is widely considered the […]