Anthony Joshua is Ready to Take On Joshua Parker

Anthony Joshua is Ready to Take On Joshua Parker

Boxing fans around the globe are waiting excitedly for the first major boxing match of 2018, between Anthony Joshua and Joseph Parker. The bout is scheduled on the 31st of March at the Principality Stadium, and we at 777iGame will be watching every single punch between the two heavyweights. Half of Anthony Joshua’s fights in

Boxing fans around the globe are waiting excitedly for the first major boxing match of 2018, between Anthony Joshua and Joseph Parker. The bout is scheduled on the 31st of March at the Principality Stadium, and we at 777iGame will be watching every single punch between the two heavyweights.

Half of Anthony Joshua’s fights in the past five years as a pro boxer have been increasing in terms of importance, with the latter were matches for the IBF, WBA, and the WBO. Those fights were all stoppage victories. The last three of his fights had a paying audience of 80,000. And the profitability of watching Joshua fight has been seen in millions of revenue from pay-per-view.

His skills are quite remarkable, and thinking about how he will fare next week brings back memories of his fight against Wladimir Klitschko last April, where spectators were unsure of a win, until Joshua ended Klitschko’s career in the final round. We at 777iGame remember the uncertainty, the sheer aggression of Klitschlo hitting Joshua, who at one point we thought was on the losing end. Glass Chin, if we remember correctly, was a nickname used as a jibe to Joshua. But the heavyweight champ stood his ground, quite literally, and turned the fight around to his victory.

Some might say that Joshua’s weaknesses was made obvious in that fight last April, and could be used as a strategy by Joseph Parker to beat Joshua. Is Joshua concerned about this? Yes, but he knows he can win it.

Speaking at the English Institute of Sport on Wednesday, Joshua talks about his upcoming fight and the possible challenges he will be facing. “He doesn’t throw many combination punches (Parker) but he throws more than Deontay Wilder, who will be ringside,” Joshua says. “There has never been one champion in the heavyweight division who relied solely on power and one punch. Parker has a bit more all-round game than Wilder. When you talk about Parker, you talk about his speed, his stamina. He’s got a good chin. There are more stats and facts than he just has a right hand (like Wilder). That is what makes it a dangerous fight.”

And it would be a dangerous fight that boxing fans and sports bettors will be watching at the end of the March. For more news on the upcoming fight, or sports updates, drop by our site daily here at 777iGame.

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