Former World Heavyweight Champion tells Dean Whyte on The Fight Buzz Podcast
Former Heavyweight Champion Joseph Parker told Dean Whyte he'd love a rematch with Dillian, but both acknowledged there were other priorities before the fight could happen.
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Former WBO King Parker beat future Anthony Joshua slayer Andy Ruiz Jr to claim the title, before ultimately losing it to AJ as the belt, currently held by Joshua, did the rounds. After the defeat to Joshua, Parker was quickly back out, in a thrilling encounter with the Body Snatcher Dillian Whyte, as the pair went through 12 brutal rounds, both having to get up from the canvas.
Parker's next fight as he bids to regain heavyweight champion status is unbeaten Junior Fa, in a clash fans are allowed into - somewhat of a rarity in 2020 due to the Coronavirus pandemic, and says it's his ambition to get bak to the top of the mountain.
Previously, Parker's coach Kevin Barry had reacted angrily to the Whyte camp, claiming that is the one fight they would love to avenge, accusing Whyte of cheating tactics and that Parker fought the majority of the fight concussed.