Joseph Parker offers Anthony Joshua rematch if he beats the world champion

Wilder boasts I will knock out Joshua — the toughest man in the division

The two heavyweights go head to head at the Principality Stadium, with the WBO, WBA and IBF titles all on the line.

The signs continue to suggest champion New Zealand boxer Joseph Parker is not daunted by his looming world heavyweight title unification bout with British counterpart Anthony Joshua.

There will be no love in the air come March 31 - it may be spring in the northern hemisphere, but in the world of boxing, strap season is in full swing. Nail him to the canvas, because if you can't do that I'm going to eat you up, eat you all up.

The episode is set to screen in the United Kingdom this weekend and it shows Parker defending his camp's tactics of highlighting what they say is Joshua's vulnerable chin in order to secure the fight.

Parker: "Because I'm prepared, I'm going to come ready, I'm going to be in the best shape and I'm sure you'll do the same".

Especially when Nelson brings up the approach taken by Parker and his team in securing the highly-anticipated bout.

"Whyte v Browne is going to be an absolute war and Miller is making plenty of noise Stateside - both winners will be calling for Wilder or Joshua in 2018".'s going to be straight blood, last ounce of energy because there's two fighters that don't want to give in, so that's the fighting terms.

"The Wilder fight is the one, " Hearn said. I think he's talking to other promoters right now.

"We would fight Tyson Fury if we can't get Joshua".

"No more excuses, no more waiting, no more dodging's time".

Chin check - Parker reveals why he questioned Joshua's punch resistance in the past.

"I am not sure if the USA is imminent but I would expect him to box in America in the next 12 months".



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