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    World heavyweight belt lands ahead of Parker fight

    Fans will get a chance to see the world heavyweight belt ahead of the Joseph Parker and Andy Ruiz heavyweight championship fight on December 10 at Vector Arena. Today the World title belt was unveiled in New Zealand with a nationwide tour which begins tomorrow to twelve towns.  

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    Joseph Parker wins again

    It was a controversial end to Joseph Parker's win last night at the Vodafone events centre in Manukau. Parker looked the better of the two in all three rounds against the taller Alexandra Dimitrenko winning by TKO, Parker landing the final blow while the Ukrainian fighter was on one knee.

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    Cost to watch Parker fight expensive for South Aucklanders

    Eight individuals could possibly face fines of over $2500 each for illegally live-streaming Parker's fight in July against Solomon Haumono on Facebook. So I hit the streets of South Auckland to find out what Parker's grassroots supporters had to say.

  4. Video for Online extra - John to make debut on brother Joseph Parker’s event

    Online extra- John to make debut on brother Joseph Parker’s event

    This Saturday at the Vodafone events centre, Manukau another member of the Parker family will take centre ring. New Zealand's heavyweight Joseph Parker’s little brother John will make his professional boxing debut.

  5. Video for Online extra - Russians comments disrespectful - Joseph Parker

    Online extra- Russians comments disrespectful- Joseph Parker

    New Zealand heavyweight Joseph Parker fires back at Alexander Dimitrenko comments earlier this week with suggestions he believed Park lost his fight against Carlos Takam in May Parker told media today he felt the Russians comments were disrespectful.

  6. Video for Online extra - Joseph Parker to face ‘The Giant’ Alexander Dimitrenko.

    Online extra- Joseph Parker to face ‘The Giant’ Alexander Dimitrenko.

    Duco Events won't accept an easy fight in their build to the IBF world title match against Anthony Joshua. New Zealand’s Joseph Parker will fight the toughest fighter possible to develop a winning strategy for when he faces the UK Champion. Today it was announced Parker will take on Alexander Dimitrenko in Manukau on October 1st. The Ukrainian comes with a wealth of experience with an impressive 38-2 record, with 24 of those wins coming by way of knockout. Head coach Kevin Barry says, “With risk comes reward and collectively as a team we need to keep working Joe, we need to keep developing Joe (Joseph Parker)”.

  7. Video for Duco Events announce Lilly Taurau will fight Laura Newell

    Duco Events announce Lilly Taurau will fight Laura Newell

    Preschool Teacher Laura Newell confirmed to fight Ngāpuhi’s Lily Taurau.  The Mai FM Radio Announcer Taurau is happy with the new opponent despite Laura having fought two weeks ago and only losing by split decision. Due to illness Bachelor’s Naz Khanjani was pulled from fighting, Duco Events Chief executive Martin Snedden said the after further consultation with a doctor the decision was made to cancel the matchup.

  8. Video for Online sports extra - Bowyn Morgan

    Online sports extra- Bowyn Morgan

    Bowyn Morgan from Tainui Waka will look to extend his unbeaten pro record to eight fights when he takes on Australian Kris George tomorrow night in Christchurch. Morgan who is the undercard to the main event between Joseph Parker and Solomon Haumono is confident he has what it takes to defeat the Australian Champion. 

  9. Video for Boxing online extra – Interview with Joseph Parker

    Boxing online extra – Interview with Joseph Parker

    Joseph Parker’s Trans-Tasman showdown was confirmed today. In July, Parker will face former NRL player Solomon Haumono in Christchurch.

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    Parker has stern message for illegal streamers

    Saturday night's boxing clash between Joseph Parker and Carlos Takam attracted more than 100,000 views from Facebook users watching live-streams that had been re-broadcast unlawfully by people filming Sky TV's $49.99 pay-per-view of the match.

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