Anthony Joshua will have visions of waking up on Sunday morning in bed with 3 prized possessions around his crown jewels, those prized possessions being the WBO, WBA (Super) and IBF world heavyweight belts. Will it all be plain sailing for the British heavyweight? who has become the biggest attraction in his weight class around the globe.
A sold-out Principality Stadium will once again host Britain’s biggest name in boxing and yet Joseph Parker is determined to stop AJ with one hammer blow in-turn, showing the world he is to be taken seriously. Let us go through the key stats for the fight and try to determine who will be crowned the WBO, WBA (Super) and IBF champion.
Here are all the vital stats for the big fight via our big fight stat gods The Stats Zone
In conclusion, this contest has been hyped up well – mainly from the Parker camp – but in all reality there is only likely one winner and that is for the Brit. His superior speed, power and experience against high-caliber opponents mean Parker has it all to do and a game-plan of trying to take AJ to points will be just as difficult as a KO – expect a convincing knockout victory between rounds six and eight for Joshua.
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