Published: Tue, March 20, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Anthony Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn reveals shocking plans of Dillian Whyte rematch

Anthony Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn reveals shocking plans of Dillian Whyte rematch

Hearn said that after Wilder was badly hurt in his most recent fight against Luis Oritz and is concerned that someone else might beat Wilder before Joshua if he waits too much longer.

With just under a fortnight until their fight at Cardiff's Principality Stadium, anticipation is building before reaching a crescendo in the Welsh capital on March 31.

Parker landed in the United Kingdom over the past weekend from his training camp in Las Vegas, where he and his trainer Kevin Barry looked all business as they narrow in on the task in front of them.

"I think it seems like they are overlooking me but they must be confident in what they can do".

"Joshua has a lot of skill, a lot of size, a lot of power".

Parker is seen as a massive underdog in this clash and seems to have been written off by many people but Joshua is wary not to fall into that trap ahead of the fight.

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"He is a good guy Anthony Joshua", said Bruno. "He is a very tough guy and he comes to fight". His feet are on the ground and he deserves everything he gets.

"He would give Anthony Joshua a good run for his money but I am an Anthony Joshua fan".

"I think if you asked him and said 'Tell me one fight in the division you want?' He could say Dillian Whyte, because he loved it, and he feels as though he wasn't his best, because he lost his rag a little bit".

British heavyweight boxer Anthony Joshua has predicted which round he will knock out Joseph Parker in as the fighters gear up for their bout on 31st March, according to a report on the Newshub.

Parker has continued a busy time in the gym since arriving in London at the weekend with trainer Kevin Barry working the travel out of him.

His most recent world title fight refereed came late previous year in the lightweight women's world title fight between Ireland's Katie Taylor and America's Jessica McCaskill. "I will probably get him to do between four and six on the heavy bag, a couple of rounds of rope, so I'm looking to do probably 16 rounds of boxing training today".

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