Britain's Anthony Joshua (L) and New Zealand's Joseph Parker (R) face off posing during a press conference in London on March 27, 2018 ahead of their world heavyweight title unification boxing bout. / AFP / Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS
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Anthony Joshua heads into his bout against rival world heavyweight champion Joseph Parker in Cardiff Saturday with Deontay Wilder lying in wait – but the Briton insists he is not looking beyond this fight.Joshua added: "He [Parker] is quick and he can take a punch but that is what I have heard, so I am repeating what people are saying.Joshua had been accused by Parker of showing disrespect to traveling New Zealand media by failing to grant them a separate interview slot last week.Joshua said he was in the best shape of his career after dethroning Wladimir Klitschko in a brutal battle and then seeing off Carlos Takam.Rob McCracken, Joshua's trainer, countered by saying: "Being relaxed and comfortable preparing for fights like this doesn't do anything for what happens when you are in there facing Joshua.
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