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    Although nothing has been agreed yet, Joseph Parker's manager is confident the Kiwi heavyweight will fight British boxer Dereck Chisora

    Although nothing has been agreed yet, Joseph Parker's manager is confident the Kiwi heavyweight will fight British boxer Dereck Chisora


    Parker's promoter Eddie Hearn has told British media the fight will be the headline act of an October 26th card at the O2 Arena in London.

    David Higgins says they haven't yet seen a contract, but they're keen on the fight.

    He says he thinks it will happen and while previously they had discussed the fight being on the undercard of the Joshua-Ruiz rematch, it's better to be the main event.

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