Former world champion New Zealand heavyweight Joseph Parker (31-3, 21 KOs) in search of the next opponent. The mentor of the fighter Andy Lee said that the ward has three very interesting options. One of them is title.
“Joe has a few proposals on the table right now,”
claims Lee. “This is Daniel Dubois, Demsey McKean and Michael Hunter. Who will he choose? Everything is simple. He will choose the option for which they will offer more money.
Former US challenger Hunter previously reported that his fight with Parker is already almost agreed. It doesn’t seem to be.
Lee continues: “Dubois is a solid puncher. Plus, he has a title in his hands, albeit not the main one (WBA World). So this is definitely a good option. And if the offer is worthy, I would choose it. Hunter? I’ve always liked this fighter. I have known him for a long time, since my collaboration with Emmanuel Steward. This is a very cunning fighter, slippery. Even though he is a small heavyweight. McKean is left-handed. This is also a very uncomfortable fighter and a good puncher. Plus, he’s healthy. You know, all these fighters have their strengths and vulnerabilities. And Joseph is definitely not afraid of any of them.”
It’s funny that Parker and McKean made it to our list of the most boring fighters in boxing. In January, the New Zealander beat Massey, but it turned out to be too unspectacular.