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Tyson Fury: Joe Joyce is the second best heavyweight in the world. We’ll have to find out if he can beat me
Tyson Fury, the WBC world heavyweight champion, has earmarked Joe Joyce as the leading contender in the division and said the Londoner deserves a shot at his title. On Saturday, Joyce subjected former world champion Joseph Parker to a sustained assault and knocked him out with a tremendous left hook in the 11th round.
Joe Joyce’s dominant victory over Joseph Parker has left him as the leading contender to challenge unified heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk. Joyce knocked Parker out with a hellacious left hook after subjecting the New Zealander to a ferocious 11-round onslaught on Saturday. That win saw Joyce pick up an...
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