Joseph Parker & New Zealand

Joseph Parker (born 9 January 1992) is a New Zealand professional heavyweight boxer. Parker was an accomplished amateur boxer expected to be a contender for a gold medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics however he lost narrowly in two qualifying tournaments. New Zealand is an island country located in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. 5.0/5

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Ladies and gentlemen introducing you to the heavy weight champion of the world. hales from New Zealand, Joseph - Lu…
Peter Fury, trainer of Hughie Fury, granted entry to New Zealand for Joseph Parker's world heavyweight title defence https:…
Joseph Parker facing a fight to keep WBO world title bout in New Zealand.
Joseph Parker meets American promoter Bob Arum as world title fight in New Zealand gathers pace: A chance mee...
Heavyweight champ Anthony Joshua in the crosshairs of undefeated New Zealand star Joseph Parker after IBF ... - Th…
New Zealand's Joseph Parker ready to 'humiliate' new champion Lucas Browne by Phil Lutton via Sydney Morning Heral…
Parker bumps into Tyson: New Zealand heavyweight Joseph Parker has had a chance meeting with Mike Tyson.Parker...
Joseph Parker - New Zealand's future world champion
Joseph Parker - New Zealand's future world champion: Joseph Parker (13-0) is making great progress in the heav...
did I hear Lampley correctly last night... Joseph Parker is American?! Where in America is New Zealand?!
Jason Pettaway says he bet $1000 on himself for his fight tonight vs. Joseph Parker in New Zealand. Jason Pettaway is goi…
BREAKING NEWS: PARKER OPPONENT ANNOUNCEMENT A bruising fighter, who needs no introduction to New Zealand fight fans, is the latest challenge for undefeated Kiwi boxer Joseph Parker, as he continues his steep learning curve up the heavyweight ranks. Parker will meet dangerous American brawler Brian Minto – the man who finished Shane Cameron’s career – in Auckland on July 5. Minto, who has chalked up an impressive 39-7 record while taking on all comers, is ranked 12 by the WBO and stands at 33 in the independent world boxing rankings. The 39-year-old, who has been in with the likes of title contenders Tony Tubbs, Chris Arreola and Axel Shulz, stopped Shane Cameron in a brutal contest in December to claim the WBO Oriental belt. “He ended Shane’s career, no doubt about it,” said Parker’s trainer Kevin Barry. Having trained Minto for three weeks heading into the Cameron fight and then manned his corner, Barry had an inside view of Minto’s demolition job on Cameron. “This is a fight we don’t ...
Show your Support to the boys in action this Sunday. Proud to see them Represent Australia and New Zealand. Much love to Alex Leapai and Joseph Parker
DTN New Zealand: Boxing: Countdown sees Parker chilling out: Joseph Parker cuts a relaxed figure as he plays e...
Parker gets new opponent: New Zealand heavyweight Joseph Parker will not fight Sherman Williams in Germany thi...
TAKING ON THE TANK! He's New Zealand's brightest young heavyweight prospect, and now Joseph Parker (Boxer) is primed to take on his toughest opponent yet - Sherman 'The Tank' Williams - in front of 100 million viewers world-wide on the undercard to Klitschko vs Leapai. Don't Miss Out - book now at
DTN New Zealand: Boxing: Parker in shape of life for Tatupu title fight: Joseph Parker's trainer Kevin Barry s...
It has been an epic day at Sport24HQ, with a mixed bag of results for South Africa's sporting stars (and starlets). It started with Francois Botha being knocked out in the second round in his bout with New Zealand's Joseph Parker. A war of words seemed to ensue between Dwayne Bravo and the Proteas ahead of tomorrow's ICC Champions Trophy clash, but the Proteas will be going to bed a bit happier with the news that Dale Steyn is fit and available for selection. Three South Africans found themselves sharing the early US Open lead before Phil Mickelson grabbed Merion by the horns. And finally, the Baby Boks ensured that they stayed alive in their defence of their IRB Junior World Championship crown. What was your biggest highlight of today?
New Zealand's Joseph Parker announced his arrival in the ranks of respected heavyweights tonight with a second round knockout of durable South African heavyweight Francois Botha.
Francois Botha, the South African boxer known as “The White Buffalo”, appeared to be halted irrevocably after he suffered a stunning, second round technical knockout (TKO) defeat against budding New Zealand heavyweight prodigy Joseph Parker in Auckland on Thursday night.
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