French-Cameroonian boxer Carlos Takam trusts Joseph Parker’s unification title session against Anthony Joshua will be a clash of speed against quality.
The exceedingly expected session will happen at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on April 1 (NZT) and will see Joshua and Parker put their IBF, WBA Super, IBO and WBO belts and unbeaten records on hold.
Takam has battled and lost to both Parker and Joshua amid his vocation and trusts Parker’s speed will be the key on the off chance that he is to trump the Brit.
“Joseph Parker, the person has speed, a ton of speed. I think his speed is quicker than Joshua,” Takam revealed to Sky Sports UK.
“Joshua is solid, however Parker’s speed is quicker than Joshua and we will perceive what will occur in the battle – speed or quality.
“For me, those two are the best. I have regard for Parker, I have regard for Joshua. For me, they are two great warriors, two great boxers, two great champions.”
The 37-year-old Takam conceded he will be in participation for the battle in Wales and that he might want to confront Englishman Dillian Whyte, who is confronting Australian Lucas Browne one month from now.
WBC Heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder had fundamentally the same as considerations to Takam’s which he partook in a meeting with RadioLIVE’s Sunday Sport.
“Parker will likewise must be portable which I figure he will complete a really great job of. The things I’m disclosing to you now I’ve let him know before in light of the fact that we talk.
“He will need to keep on punching while he moves and keep his head moving. On the off chance that he can do that, he will see openings and see a portion of the shortcoming Joshua has.”
More out of control will probably confront the victor amongst Parker and Joshua later in the year.