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Stop 'Hooting and Hollering', Joshua Warns Wilder

27 March 2018

"It took me a few times to get used to it", Joshua told BBC Radio 5 live.

"Joshua is going to win nearly all of the first half of the fight and because Parker is durable and moves well for a heavy, I expect it to be a wide Joshua decision or late stoppage".

Joseph Parker believes he is winning the battle of the minds during an extended cold war stage of his world heavyweight unification title fight against Anthony Joshua before the physical hostilities break out in Cardiff.

However, 2012 Olympic champion Joshua said the brash Wilder needs to accept the Briton has greater spectator appeal in the United Kingdom than the American does in the States, and so should be the one to cross the Atlantic for any unification bout. I believe I will knock Parker out for sure, ' he said at Tuesday's pre-fight press conference.

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The Matchroom Boxing promoter has endured a publicly hard relationship with Parker's team, led by David Higgins. "I am going to chase him down and get him out of there".

World Boxing Association (WBA) and International Boxing Organisation (IBO), while Parker is the World Boxing Organisation (WBO) champion.

However, Joshua has admitted that he is feeling a little nervous about facing Parker. "I want to get in there and bash him".

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"I was homeless just before I turned professional when my son Cassius' mother walked out on us. But, for now, my future stops on Saturday and that's where I've got to look to, not beyond that moment".

"I don't think Parker has enough, physically, to finish AJ off, I can see rounds three-five, being highly competitive, but after the seventh, AJ will prove to be too much for Parker". And that's the reason why the fight's taking place. Subscribers can also purchase the fight via their remote control and Sky box by going to channel 491.

Regardless of how the fight plays out in just over a week's time, Joshua is hopeful of putting on the gloves for at least 10 more years.

Joshua is 3/10 to win by stoppage and Parker is 8/1 to finish the Brit inside the distance. He's yet to face elite opposition, however, with his best win coming against Takam in 2016.

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Joshua is odds-on to continue his undefeated streak, with some bookmakers favouring an "AJ" victory at 1/10 while Parker is 6/1 to cause the upset.

Stop 'Hooting and Hollering', Joshua Warns Wilder