Joshua next? Kiwi retains WBO heavyweight title

Anthony Joshua Hughie Fury's preferred next fight after Parker vs Fury

Anthony Joshua Hughie Fury's preferred next fight after Parker vs Fury

Supporters of British boxer Hughie Fury have reacted with outrage to his majority-decision loss to Kiwi heavyweight Joseph Parker.

Who should Joseph Parker fight next?

However, the new footage presents a very different aspect of the relationship between the two camps, one that seems a lot more amicable, as Tyson partied with Parker's camp after the fight and even joined in with a rendition of the Haka with the New Zealand native.

Hennessy's moans might have something to do with the frustrations of surely witnessing a stack of cash go down the drain - and a fair bit of it heading into the Parker coffers as well.

"There is something going on, something behind bull***t decisions like these".

For the most part, Fury fought off the back foot but did so brilliantly as he landed some mature counters and proved an elusive target for the New Zealander in a fascinating clash of styles in the Manchester Arena. That result is corruption at the highest level in boxing. Tyson's cousin, Hughie, is the hometown challenger hoping to bring the title back into the family. "I don't know what they were watching".

Parker insists his willingness to fight Fury on his home turf is meant to make a major worldwide statement.

American Rocky Young scored it a draw.

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Joseph Parker defends an attack from Hughie Fury.

"I thought it was a masterclass (by Fury)".

"Do they score hitting fresh air and hitting elbows and arms?"

The 25-year-old Parker has mixed in marginally better company but hardly enthralled in either of his previous two title bouts against Andy Ruiz Jr, from whom he won the title, and Romanian Razvan Cojanu in May.

All week Hennessy had talked up the moral fibre of the British Boxing Board of Control as the referee debate raged.

At the end of the eighth, Hughie's father and trainer, Peter Fury, warned his charge that he was giving rounds away and must start accompanying his jab with a right.

"That is probably one of, if not the worst, decisions I've ever seen in my life, it was disgusting, absolutely disgusting". Parker has come over here and everybody is thinking he's going to get a raw deal.

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