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posted in 28.07.18
Whyte vs Parker
Whyte vs Parker
"I'm ready to cause harm" Dillian Whyte v. Joseph Parker: Whatte promises to stop the world's former heavyweight champion, despite worries about weight
The Brixton fighter was heavier than Parker's previous stone at the Parker World Championship before his fight, live on TalkSPORT

Delian White wants to do what no one has done before and stopped Joseph Parker, despite concerns about his weight.

The weight of the Brixton fighter was on a heavier rock than his opponent before the heavyweight battle, which is lively and exclusive and talkSP on 02 Saturday night.

Although Parker's mind at speed and boxing may be a problem, the British insist that he is ready to challenge.

"I'm fine, I'm ready to go, I train hard and I'm ready to go and injured now," he told the talkSP in weighing.

"That's it, there's not much to say or much to really talk about.

"That's it, it's time to go."

In his last game, New Zealand Parker lost his WBC title title to Anthony Joshua in a one-sided win.

Although the 2012 Olympics gave little attention on the night of March, Parker showed his hands fast and hard chin.

Despite fears that Lunz was heavier than hard to keep up with, he insisted on 30 years feeling comfortable with the knowledge that he was always weighing far more than his opponent.

"I'm fine, I'm the biggest man and I was always heavier with a short camp, we had, what, seven weeks to prepare?

Joseph Parker has an ominous warning for Delian White before meeting him at 02 on Saturday night.

"We were not trying to focus on getting off, we were trying to focus on strengthening ourselves and trying to work with weight.

"I'm moving fast and being effective so we did not bother too much.

"It was not as if we had 12 weeks trying to drain the weight and then collide, hit, hit, and hurt myself by trying to lose weight."
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