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After defeating Hughie Fury last weekend in Manchester, Joseph Parker is now a name that people recognise in the UK. The Kiwi fighter didn’t deliver on his KO promise but retained his WBO World heavyweight title nonetheless.

“They’ll all want to fight Joe even more now. They will underestimate him, because Hughie is the sort of guy that you’ll take the distance,” said Parker’s promoter David Higgins of Duco Event in an interview with Sky Sports.

Parker and his people have high hopes of landing a fight against Anthony Joshua sometime next year. Parker even called Joshua out after the Fury fight. 

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