Joseph Parker...

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  1. Disaster

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    100% agree also Whyte should of never fought with such a serious shoulder injury with clearly effected his training & conditioning but with all those problems yearly KOd Joshua in the 2nd & 3rd rounds.
     
  2. Disaster

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    Not sold on Parker he takes too many shots & has no real KO power I think Joshua beats him early
     
  3. jmarlow

    jmarlow Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Parker is the real deal, i think he will make it look easy against Joshua
     
  4. Furey

    Furey EST & REG 2009 Full Member

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    It was a 1 punch KO.........
     
  5. TERRYTIBBS

    TERRYTIBBS Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    The fact of the matter is this unless you have unreal speed and punching power like David Haye, you cant be under 6ft 5 and make wave in the World Heavyweight scene in this day and age.
     
  6. zulander

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    IF AJ jabs like he did v breazeale then Parker isnt going to get off first and he doesn't land first he isn't going to get in range to land big punches.

    I think his speed might make it interesting...but if Takem can land clean with big punches then so is Joshua and if that happens i dont see Parker lasting against a guy whos bigger, more powerful and has a better reach.
     
  7. TERRYTIBBS

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    Parker walks back in straight lines with his chin in the air, Joshua will make mince meat of him and stop him inside four rounds.