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The fight was marred by Italian referee Giuseppe Quartarone, who kept both boxers from fighting on the inside.
This mostly had negative impact on Parker, where he was seen to have the most success. The referee was breaking the action each time both boxers were on the inside, even when they were still throwing shots.
Many boxers, pundits and both the Sky Sports and Showtime broadcast team criticised the referee during and after the fight. CompuBox punch stats showed that Joshua landed of punches thrown Joshua used his reach advantage and utilised his jab more often from round seven and onwards.
In total, Joshua landed 93 jabs with a connect rate of Parker landed 49 jabs with a much lower connect rate of Parker was the busier power puncher of the two, landing 52 power punches which included 29 to the body of Joshua Joshua was more accurate with his power shots in landing 46 with a connect rate of After the fight, Joshua explained his game plan for the fight, "My strategy in there was kind of stick behind the jab.
The old saying is the right hand could take you around the block, but a good jab will take you around the world. And that secured another championship belt.
So I stuck behind the jab and I made sure anything that was coming back, I was switched on, I was focused and 12 rounds, baby!
I thought it was hard, right? Parker was humble in defeat and stated he would back stronger, "Today I got beaten by a better champion, bigger man.
A lot to work on. It was a good experience being here. Thank you all for the opportunity to fight in this big stadium. No regrets, you know, take it on the chin.
Come back stronger, more punches. But I would love to have another go. Just back to the drawing board. During the post fight press conference, Parker's team stated the referee did not speak English, whereas Joshua and his promoter Hearn disagreed and said he spoke English fluently.
On Sky Box Office , the fight sold 1. The fight was shown live in the United States on Showtime in the afternoon.
The live showing averaged , viewers and peaked at , viewers. A replay was shown later in the evening which saw an increase. The replay averaged , viewers and peaked at , viewers.
Nielsen Media Research. These figures were an increase for Joshua on Showtime, as his last fight on Showtime against Carlos Takam in October averaged , viewers.
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The pair of undefeated fighters have both been on their own journey, united by a common goal. After a night spent making phone calls from New Zealand, Arkell eventually tracked down his Australian counterpart Mark Wilson, who took Parker 'under his wing'.
And over the next week, Arkell coached Parker over the phone all the way to the semi-finals. Parker was introduced to boxing by his father, Dempsey, at the tender age of 10 years old.
He developed his skills at the Papatoetoe gym as a young boy before winning amateur medals. He had guided the teenager ever since the 'little chubby boy' walked into his Papatoetoe gym at the age of But by the time Parker was selected to fight in Baku, Arkell was more than just a cornerman.
With little state support available, the coach paid for his boxer to fly across the world. Parker's parents were forced to take out loans to fund other fighting trips to India and Singapore.
In Baku, the teenager repaid his coach's faith, becoming the first New Zealand boxer to beat a Cuban champion on the way to securing a bronze medal.
A year later, he returned to Azerbaijan for the World Amateur Championships. This time Parker lost to China's Zhang Zhilei in his second bout of the tournament.
But elsewhere in the draw, another promising puncher was enjoying rather more success. Arkell R became more than just a cornerman and helped fund fighting trips to Singapore.
Anthony Joshua made it to the final in Baku, where he was edged out by home fighter Magomedrasul Majidov.
It was a remarkable result for a fighter who had only taken up the sport three years earlier. Joshua, like Parker, had always been a keen sportsman.
While the New Zealander spent his childhood playing volleyball and rugby, AJ was a gifted runner who had also turned his hand to football, rugby — basically 'anything to get some time out of class'.
But he recalls: 'Boxing was the first time I was on my own. All the other sports, I was good enough to have a bad day but still get the result.
With boxing, I wasn't good enough to have a bad day. So anytime I was an inch out, I would learn the hard way.
I never, ever, ever would have imagined he would get as far as he has,' he tells Sportsmail. The year-old reached the final of the World Amateur Championships in Azerbaijan in I was always on his case, though, from the early days.
If someone talked to him, he would always talk back. And I would say: "What are you doing? Get on with it!
But once the year-old learned the fundamentals of the sport — and the ethos of the gym — he began to make rapid progress, as one sparring partner found out in painful fashion.
But Josh never once said: "Oh, I don't want to spar tonight. And within six months, we went and sparred him at another gym Murphy said: 'He was tall and skinny and he was always laughing.
I was always on his case'. The key to his early success, Murphy claims, was an insatiable appetite to improve.
Rather than blindly following orders, AJ demanded to know the benefits of each exercise. But even the most learned students risk slipping through the net.
He hadn't even been carded yet — you have to be carded if you want to box. I'm getting the doctors in on Wednesday Joshua obliged.
All three said he wasn't ready to box.