Joshua-Parker fight set to be confirmed

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Anthony Joshua and Joseph Parker would produce fireworks at first press conference, says Eddie Hearn

With Higgins now in the United Kingdom to finalise terms and secure against IBF and WBA holder Joshua, Parker's promoter said that although the unbeaten Kiwi has struggled recently, the Brit will give his fighter a chance.

The unification title fight is set to take place at Principality Stadium in Cardiff on April 1 (NZ time).

The fighters' respective promotions, Matchroom Boxing and Duco Events, have been locked in negotiations since the end of a year ago, with the purse split the largest obstacle that needed to be hurdled.

"I was bantering with David Higgins yesterday".

"We feel otherwise. You're going to see a lot of fireworks this press conference".

That's the word from Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn as he continues to make rapid progress with Duco Boxing boss David Higgins over the final details of the fight contract.

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"This could be the first time we've seen the switch of Anthony Joshua, and I'm excited to see it".

"We think Joshua's style is flawless for Joseph Parker, and is the sort of guy that Parker can - and will - knock out".

"Tyson Fury has too much skill and too much altogether for Anthony Joshua".

Joshua then hopes to fight WBC holder Deontay Wilder -no boxer has held all four heavyweight belts simultaneously.

"Joshua's pure aim is to become undisputed heavyweight champion of the world". We are very close.

"We believe that unification bout is a step too far and we will find out hopefully if we get the fight".

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