Tag Archives: Joseph Parker

Winning by Knockout Is the Ultimate Deodorant For a Fighter

If you want to erase the perception of you as a fighter just win your last fight by stoppage. Conversely, if you want your perception as a killer to be diminished, go the distance

Random Thoughts on PEDs Cheats, Dithering Referees and More

Ranked No. 1 by both the WBA and WBO, totally dominated David Price, the former contender from England, en route to a fifth-round stoppage.

Joshua-Parker Was a Carbon of Lewis-Tua in More Ways than One

Anthony Joshua’s victory over uninspired Joseph Parker brought to mind another big fight that played out in a similarly monotonous fashion, generating no fireworks to the great

With Joshua-Wilder Now Close to a 50-50 Fight, It Must Be Next

This past weekend WBA/IBF heavyweight champ Anthony Joshua 21-0 (20) won a lackluster unanimous decision (118-110, 118-110, 119-109) over WBO […]

Fast Results from Cardiff: Joshua Outpoints Parker

When it was over, Joshua had a third strap to wrap around his waist, but the Kiwi achieved a moral victory of sorts by becoming the first man

Wilder Has Served; Can Joshua Return Serve?

For the year or so that WBA/IBF heavyweight titlist Anthony Joshua 20-0 (20) and WBC title holder Deontay Wilder 40-0 (39) have been merging towards colliding

David Price: One Punch from the Big Time

Only at heavyweight is the impossible dream of eternal sporting resurrection possible. They threw money at the corpse of Mike […]

In Britain, Joshua vs. Parker is More Than Just a Unification Fight

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

With Upset of Joshua, Proud Kiwi Parker Can Become Lord of the Ring

According to Gregg Anderson, general manager of Western long haul markets for Tourism New Zealand, there was an incredible 50 percent spike in visitors from distant countries

Joshua Has a More Well-Rounded Game, But Wilder is More Fun to Watch

On March 3, WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder increased his stock exponentially by taking out Luis Ortiz in spectacular fashion in a war that may end