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Joseph Parker’s promoter David Higgins wasn’t kidding when he stated that they had ‘given up’ trying to get a fight against Anthony Joshua.

The WBO World heavyweight champion’s promoter was unhappy about Eddie Hearn’s offer which Higgins described as ‘insulting’.

“I got this weird email from Eddie’s email address, but he must have been hacked. He made the most ridiculously low offer. It could have been the most insulting offer in boxing history,” said Higgins to Sky Sports

This week Parker tweeted that the offer was half of what Matchroom paid Charles Martin in 2016 when Joshua fought the American for the IBF World heavyweight title.

— Joseph Parker (@joeboxerparker) November 15, 2017

Higgins has now confirmed in an interview with ESPN that the fight is not happening at all in 2018 if Hearn doesn’t offer a better deal.

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