What's Next for Parker???
#1
Hughie Fury in Dunedin in April?

http://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/other-sports/87438498/dunedins-indoor-stadium-strong-contender-to-hold-joseph-parker-world-title-defence
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#2
He needs to get to the UK - otherwise it will be NZ forever.
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#3
(12-11-2016, 04:29 PM)Kiwi Wrote: He needs to get to the UK - otherwise it will be NZ forever.

Must get to the UK if he wants to lose his belt in a hurry

Making challengers come here maximises his chance of holding it.

If he must take it offshore then try to go to neutral ground , say China

If the challengers a Brit take it to Vegas
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#4
I see your point

Fighting Wilder in Vegas makes good sense. Or China!!
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#5
Let them come here the challengers travel not the champ lol
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#6
Well, Haye, Joshua and klitschko are ruled out for a while which is a good thing. Wilder also probably will be tied up for a while too.

So Joe is free to choose some fights without getting too much grief.

His mandatory is hughie fury, I can see that being a very awkward cagey boring 12 rounder so if I was JP I'd get that fight here, otherwise the scorecards could be tough.

Take that, then go for wilder next imo
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#7
All challengers come to NZ to try to take away Parker's WBO belt. If he unifies, there's Vegas for Ortiz and Wilder, and the UK for AJ.
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#8
http://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/other-sports/87445412/no-quick-rematch-for-andy-ruiz-against-joseph-parker-say-duco-events

Love how Snedden at Duco is now an expert on what Parker needs to learn to get to the next level.
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#9
I wouldn't take that rematch either. With another training camp if ruiz lost 15lbs it could easily go his way next time.
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#10
Haye might come calling after that performance of JP.
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