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“After one of the dullest heavyweight title fights in memory, one camp screamed corruption while the other called for Anthony Joshua. It is hard to figure out which party was more ill-advised . . . For Sportsmail’s part, Parker had it by three rounds, though the New Zealander was particularly underwhelming. The 24-0 fighter lunged in wildly all night and only landed one major punch, in the 12th.

“Fury’s movement made him miss often, but what he offered in return was not enough to win the heavyweight world title. Those belts are hard to win, let alone on the back foot with jabs that land sporadically.”

RIATH AL-SAMARRAI, Daily Mail

Winner: Parker

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