Joseph Parker believes a new level of excitement can push him to another world heavyweight boxing title.
After a year of fighting, Parker returns to Texas with American champion Sean del Winters (14th WBS) on Sunday.
Given his inactivity, parker’s WBO belt glory days seem almost as old.
I think this will be the second phase of my career, the 28-year-old spoke to his British promoter Matchroom Box.
I had a great first stage, you know, good wins, great support, world champion. Happy.
It made me happy, but I wasn’t excited and now I’m excited. I want to give you everything I have, I want to give you everything I have.
And with the beliefs I have and the momentum I have and the equipment I have, we’ll come back to the top very soon.
In the Matchroom, he said it was just the opposite that prevented me from fighting for the title again. I’m willing to fight anyone. Sometimes not everyone is willing to fight me.
So I think it would be great if we could progress and get closer to our goal of being a world champion and a unified world champion.
He thanked Winters (13-2) for advancing and says he has nothing but respecting the ancient 39-year-old cruising wait, which intensified the split and shook the cage with a victory over a European opponent.
Despite the oversized winter, they showed many Mongrel to win those battles.
I haven’t seen him much, but by saying that he has a couple of good annoying wins lately, I think it gave him confidence in this fight. He accepts the fight and thinks he can win, he may cause another upheaval, but I’m going to put an end to it.
Parker is desperate to bring his impressive training to fight with the night. He should justify his high ranking No.2 at OMB and show that he should enter his title plan.
He promised to go into all the battles, I’m sure. I know what I can do in the ring, but I’m not showing it. So I’m going to go out and show it.