Anthony Joshua, the current world heavyweight champion would take another step forward in his boxing career on March 31 when he takes on the hard-hitting New Zealander Joseph Parker, in a match at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, UK. The fight is being touted as the clash between two undefeated champions, both having their own world titles!
A good number of online portals have also sprung up offering their own expert advice on the possible outcome of this match. However, there are only a handful of them which are offering genuine Joshua Parker tips to help punters make some guaranteed betting profits.
How do you think this match would end up?
Will Joshua be able to extend his record or would Parker leave the stadium that night with all the Joshua’s belts! On paper, Parker has nothing to fear. If you look at the odds being offered for this fight, Anthony Joshua is expected to win at odds of 14/1.
Why? Because not only will Parker have to face a very tough fighter that night, he’d also be up against a very non-friendly crowd. He’d be stepping inside a lion’s den and fighting in front of a sell-out home crowd that would be doing everything within its means to make the fight uncomfortable for him.
Joshua, the smiling killer!
Joshua’s stats going into this match are – 20 fights and 20 wins by knockouts. Such 100% KO record is not an easy accomplishment in any division of the sport. Furthermore, he has achieved this feat despite facing some of the biggest names in the boxing including Carlos Takam, Dillian Whyte, Wladimir Klitschko and others.
Stats suggest that Brit would win within the first three rounds
Backing the Englishman’s immense power, anyone wanting a bit more value from his/her bets would get plenty by indulging in the round group betting. As mentioned earlier, Joshua has successfully knocked out all his 20 opponents in the ring, including, Kevin Johnson, Gary Cornish and Dillian Whyte among others. However, anyone following his bouts and statistics would have their work cut out as they’d need to go through the statistics in even more detail. In fact, the more risk-taking ability you show in this upcoming fight, the bigger would be your rewards.
16 of Joshua’s wins in which he was the favourite, came within the first three rounds. Out of those, eight were in round two, five in round one and three in round three. This indicates that it would be safer to bet on a Joshua win during round two, and it’s also available at impressive odds of 14/1. However, those seeking a bit more safety and not wanting to stay limited to the three-minute time period should check out the round group betting. Anthony Joshua to score win at any point of time between round one and round three is being offered at 9/2.