Boxing News At Five | Aug 13 2018

Boxing News at Five: Wilder plans to meet Fury in Belfast, Browne eyes “trans-Tasman” affair with Parker

Deontay Wilder is heading to Belfast this week ahead of a potential fight with Tyson Fury, and Joseph Parker and Lucas Browne could lock horns in New Zealand
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WE’RE used to seeing victims of Anthony Joshua join forces to lick their wounds, but now it seems entirely feasible two of Dillian Whyte’s victims could be about to fight.

Joseph Parker, 26-2 (18), and Lucas Browne, 25-1 (22), both beaten by Whyte this year, are exploring a potential fight in New Zealand, according to Parker’s promoter, David Higgins.

“Lucas Browne’s people are talking to us about a big trans-Tasman affair,” Higgins told RadioLIVE. “It would probably make sense in Auckland or New Zealand, because Joe has a better fan base in New Zealand than Browne has in Australia, so you could mount a big trans-Tasman clash.”


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