I don't need to see a replay, I watched the fight. Parker was moving away and not standing his ground like he did against Whyte. Joshua due to Parkers reputation of being quick didn't follow through with anything the entire fight. Anyway, you're still deflecting and have no rebuttal for the point made regarding Parkers passive backward momentum against AJ and standing his ground vs Whyte. BOTH Parker and Whyte conversed on this exact point in their sky sports face off, so it's a mute comparison. Just to remind you how punch mechanics work. If a fighter is moving forward and throwing and the other guy is leaning AND moving away, the force is lessened. On the other hand, if both guys are stood centre ring standing their ground, the impact is more severe. Likewise, to emphasise this, Parker walked straight onto Whyte's left hook... So yeah, that's gonna drop you like a bad habit. You seem to not be getting this. I'm really sure you're not this dense.