Kiwi WBO champion Joseph Parker is flying out to the United Kingdom to sign an agreement to battle Britain’s Antony Joshua for three world heavyweight belts.
Parker’s promoter, Davie Higgins, is at present in England and appears to have settled an arrangement with Joshua’s promoter, Eddie Hearn.
The unification title battle is set to occur at Principality Stadium in Cardiff on April 1 (NZ time).
Parker would like to at last put pen and paper and is now thinking ahead to the session.
“It’s not marked yet but rather ideally with this outing to the UK we get it marked,” he says.
“I’m content with it. Our entire group has completed an extraordinary activity to have the capacity to get to this progression.
“The likelihood of this battle happening, I’ve imagined happening – battling Anthony Joshua and thumping him out – and that is what I will do.”
Parker’s mum, Sala, who is additionally part his administration group, is soothed the agreement procedure appears to be finished and has just been guaranteed by her child of triumph.
“A great deal of gatherings, on telephone gatherings, group gatherings – it was a tiring activity,” she says.
“In any case, it’s very great at this point. It appears as though we’re an inch far from settling the arrangement.
“He’s very sure and stated, ‘Don’t stress mum, I will do as well as can be expected, and I will thump him out.'”