Joe Joyce will take on previous title holder Joseph Parker on 24 September at the AO Field in Manchester solely live on BT Game Film industry advanced by Candid Warren for Queensberry Advancements in relationship with BOXER.
We have waited some time to see heavyweight rivals Joseph Parker and Joe Joyce fight, the bout delayed from July. Yet now it seems we might see the two heavyweights fight each other twice. Parker and Joyce collide this Saturday night in Manchester (live on boxing tonight – the fee a substantial £19.95), and if Joyce wins, the two will have to fight again.
The heavyweight crash somewhere in the range of No.1 and No.2 in the WBO rankings, as well as being evaluated at No.2 and No.3 by the WBC, will address a shootout to figure out who will be made required challenger for the victor of the impending rematch between Oleksandr Usyk and Anthony Joshua.
Joyce, 14-0 (13 KOs), is the holder of the WBO Worldwide, WBC Silver and Province heavyweight titles, having as of late surrendered the English. The 36-year-old was rearward in real life at the OVO Field, Wembley in July, determinedly crushing Christian Mallet by means of a fourth-round stoppage.
A wrist injury has saved the Putney man down and out for the initial segment of this current year.
Previous WBO best on the planet Parker, 30-2 (21 KOs) came out on top for the championship in 2016 with a focuses triumph over Andy Ruiz in Auckland. He effectively protected against Razvan Cojanu and Hughie Rage prior to enduring loss in a unification fight with Anthony Joshua in Cardiff in Walk 2018.
The 30-year-old is right now on a six-battle series of wins, following focuses misfortune to Dillian Whyte in July 2018, with the run including progressive triumphs over Dereck Chisora, both in Manchester.
Fans can anticipate a variety of laid out and promising Queensberry ability in plain view on the ‘No place to Run’ undercard that will be declared before very long.
Tickets for ‘No place to Run’ – the heavyweight conflict between Joe Joyce and Joe Parker – are valued from £40 and will go marked down at 12pm on Tuesday, 9 August solely from Ticketmaster.co.uk.
The contenders will meet today at the start up public interview which will be gushed across BT Game and Queensberry social channels from 2pm.
Joyce v Parker: Date and start time
This 12 round heavyweight clash is taking place on Saturday, September 24.
It will be held at the AO Arena in Manchester after the initial fight in London was postponed.
The undercard will get underway from 4:30pm with the main card starting at 7:05pm.
It has been confirmed that Joyce vs Parker will get going at 10:30pm.
The two fighters will first meet at their main event press conference on Thursday at 1pm and at Friday’s weigh-in from 2pm.