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A former champion and a rising star will clash to determine the next big contender at heavyweight. Inside the AO Arena in Manchester, Parker vs Joyce Live face off on September 24.

Joyce (14-0) made his pro debut in 2017. A British, Commonwealth, WBC Silver, WBO International, and European heavyweight champion, Joyce beat Daniel Dubois via KO in 2020. That was considered the biggest win of his career to date. Behind closed doors, Joyce attacked the eye of Dubois until he could not see. Now fighting with a full crowd, Joyce is ready to make the most of his opportunity.Lock it or Drop it Ep. 33PauseNext video0:00 / 0:00Full-screen All that You Need To Know About Bankofamerica Azdesepc

Parker vs Joyce Live

“It’s my first big, big fight in front of a crowd,” Joyce told The Ring. “There’s a lot of hype behind it, there are two great fighters, myself and Joseph, and it’s going to be a tough fight. I believe it’s going to be my hardest fight to date. He’s tricky, he got good head movement, good footwork, and he really wants it. But it’s going to be exciting. It’s going to be an enjoyable fight which ends with me knocking him out.”

The London native last fought in July, beating Christian Hammer for his 13th win via knockout.

Parker (30-2) won the WBO heavyweight title in 2016 against Andy Ruiz Jr. He lost the belt against Anthony Joshua in 2018. Losing to Dillian Whyte in his next bout, Parker has recently won six in a row. He won two fights against Derek Chisora, the last one in December 2021.

“I see a lump, a big man,” Parker said about Joyce at a pre-fight media conference, via “A man that’s confident, a man’s that ready, but a man who is going to be stopped in his tracks. Hype train.”

Also on the fight card will be the return of Amanda Serrano. The WBC, WBO, and IBO featherweight champion, Serrano (42-2-1) faces off against IBF champion Sarah Mahfoud in a unification bout. This is Serrano’s first fight since losing to undisputed lightweight champion Katie Taylor in April.

The Sporting News will be providing results and highlights from Joyce vs. Parker. Stay tuned!

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Joe Joyce vs Joseph Parker live results, updates

Round 4: Joe Joyce 9-10 Joseph Parker

Parker finally connects with that right overhand! It’s a huge shot – almost certainly enough to take down your average tree – but Joyce takes it, swaying back before moving on.

We knew that these two had concrete chins and we’ve seen that again tonight. Joyce has been on the front foot more and Parker’s conditioning could prove crucial but that shot has to hand the round to the New Zealander.

Round 3: Joe Joyce 10-9 Joseph Parker

There are shades of the devil-may-care relentlessness we saw from Serrano in the preceding bout to Joyce’s approach.

The veteran keeps coming through Parker’s attempts to hurt him, belting in body and head shots from either side and clearly wobbling his target on the ropes on more than one occasion.

Parker then unleashes in the final seconds of the round. His corner react as if he’s delivered a knockout blow, which may owe more to their relief at their fighter following their instructions from the previous intermission Parker vs Joyce Live.

Round 2: Joe Joyce 10-9 Joseph Parker

The notable punches – including several body shots – undoubtedly come from Joyce, who appears to be reading that right hand from on high that Parker is desperate to detonate.

“Who’s afraid of work? Nobody,” bloodied Parker’s corner tell him, urging the powerhouse to finish each round strongly because they are likely to remain so close.

Round 1: Joe Joyce 9-10 Joseph Parker

A gripping first round. Parker connects with a right hand over the top beyond the midway point, then looks troubled for a split second as his opponent moves him towards the rope with a decent effort of his own.

Parker looks to keep connecting with that right, having been caught by an early jab from Joyce. You could make the case for either fighter winning the round but a decent body shot from Parker perhaps shaded it for him.

Joe Joyce vs. Joseph Parker

And now for the main event! Joyce and Parker engage in a final staredown after the visiting fighter is embraced by Fury on his way out.

‘The fans were so cool’

Ever the classy champion, Serrano praises Mahfoud and says “all women are tough” following her points victory.

Serrano pushes the case for becoming undisputed and fighting Katie Taylor. “The fans here tonight were so cool,” she tells BT Sport. “I enjoyed every minute of it.”

‘Daydream Believer’ is playing as we await the entrances of Joe Joyce and Joseph Parker…

Serrano beats Mahfoud (points)

Serrano wins it! The scores on the doors were 99-92, 97-93 and 97-93 – Scotsman Victor Loughlin evidently appreciating the winner’s work more than most.

Round 10: Serrano 10-9 Mahfoud

Another round rolls past with plenty of motioning back-and-forth but little lasting impact to note between these two fighters.

Serrano has almost certainly swept to a points victory thanks to that fast start. Mahfoud caused her more problems than many would have anticipated, though.

The referee applauds both fighters as they embrace.

Round 9: Serrano 9-10 Mahfoud

Mahfoud almost certainly wins this round, fighting some success as she deploys her right hand more against an opponent seemingly content to cruise.

“She’s coming to kill you,” Mahfoud’s corner tell her ahead of the final round, willing her to believe that she can take the knockout win she needs now. “I can do it,” she replies.

Round 8: Serrano 10-9 Mahfoud

Serrano is strolling towards a points victory – the question is whether she will aim for a grandstand finish by recapturing the intensity with which she began this fight.

Round 7: Serrano 10-9 Mahfoud

Without putting Serrano on the back foot for any noticeable passages, Mahfoud looks increasingly like making it to the scorecards now.

Serrano connects with a few shots as she comes forward, looking comfortable in ducking and dodging Mahfoud’s commendably persistent efforts to fire back.

Round 6: Serrano 10-9 Mahfoud

Serrano slows it down and there is a case for her losing that round, Mahfoud landing scoring shots in front of the intrigued Peter Fury, among others visible at ringside.

Is Serrano feeling the effects of stalking her target with such relentless initial speed? You wouldn’t bet on it – she’s still coming forward with menace.

Round 5: Serrano 10-9 Mahfoud

Credit to Mahfoud, who is using her reflexes to stay out of danger as Serrano keeps coming towards her, whistling wicked shots into the air.

You suspect that Serrano senses she can stay on the prowl and end this with one shot at some point. Mahfoud is staying in there but it is hard to see how she can turn the tide.

Round 4: Serrano 10-9 Mahfoud

Serrano marches forward and brings out her left hand more, increasingly turning this into a war of attrition that Mahfoud, perhaps wisely, avoids.

Round 3: Serrano 10-9 Mahfoud

“Take a deep breath – you can do it,” Mahfoud’s team tell her as she sits on her stool having enjoyed a marginally more successful third round.

Serrano found success with a body shot and, worryingly for Mahfoud, an effort that landed on that cut to her opponent’s head.

Round 2: Serrano 10-9 Mahfoud

Mahfoud is definitely cut – it’s hard to tell where exactly the blood is coming from but it appears to have been caused by both fighters leaning in and clashing heads as they each tried to land first.

That spurs Serrano on to swing a series of vicious punches that do not connect and work her opponent towards a corner. Mahfoud’s team work on the damage during the interval, but neither rival looks unduly troubled by the opening two rounds.

Round 1: Serrano 10-9 Mahfoud

Mahfoud, in black, has to use all of that alertness she was working with those flashing lights we mentioned she used to tune up with backstage.

It’s a quiet round but Serrano is slightly the busier of the fighters, looking characteristically confident.

Amanda Serrano vs. Sarah Mahfoud

Here we go, then. All of the featherweight belts are on the line as Serrano takes on Mahfoud.

We heard ‘Don’t Look Back in Anger’ by Oasis – sure to go down well among many in this city – as Mahfoud took to the ring.

Tion Wayne’s take on La Roux’s ‘In for the Kill’ soundtracked Serrano’s entry to centre stage. The legendary Puerto Rican, who is a seven-weight world champion, is wearing maroon.

Nathan Heaney beats Zack Flatley (points)

Nathan Heaney remains the IBO international middleweight champion – but not in the way he’d have wanted to.

After being cheered into the ring to the strains of ‘Delilah’, the Staffordshire fighter suffered a horrendous cut from a clash of heads.

The scorecards after five rounds declared ‘The Hitman’ the winner. Former heavyweight champion David Haye suggests Heaney’s opponent led with his head in the incident that caused the anti-climatic end to the contest, although it is hard not to feel some sympathy for suitably frustrated Flatley.

Their hands are wrapped and it’s not long to go now! 💯

Fury “not optimistic” about fighting Usyk or Joshua

“They’ve had the opportunity to agree to this fight for about a month,” Fury says when he is asked by BT Sport about his mooted bout with Usyk or Joshua on December 17.

“They’ve had the contract for about a week. We’ll know more on Monday – the two broadcasters are going to meet.

“I’m sick of setting deadlines; they either want this poxy fight or they don’t. This is the fight I’ve been trying to make since 2017 and I’ve been unsuccessful every time.”

Fury says he will be fighting on that date regardless of what happens with the negotiations.

Anthony Cacace beats Michael Magnesi (split decision)

The brave fighters hug after a brutal bout in which some of the punches would have sent down many a fighter. That was a teak-tough performance by Cacace, who drops to his knees as his win by split decision is announced!

Belfast has a new champion. “It was a good performance,” countryman Frampton tells BT Sport, having sparred with Cacace. “That’s just a wee bit of what he can do.

Michael Magnesi vs. Anthony Cacace

This is a close-up tear up as Italian IBO super-featherweight champion Magnesi defends his belt and 21-fight unbeaten record against British champion Cacace, a 33-year-old Northern Irishman.

Magnesi has taken some telling shots from Cacace, who is thundering in blows and grimacing as he goes.

Serrano setting up

Serrano is getting ready in her dressing room! Mahfoud is also testing her reflexes via some nifty flashing lights on a table in her inner sanctum. Both fighters are a picture of intensity, as you might expect.

Ekow Essuman beats Samuel Antwi (points)

Antwi’s corner, as is so often and bafflingly the case with mid-fight guidance, get it wrong – Essuman improves his perfect record to 18 wins!

Joy Division’s ‘Love Will Tear us Apart’ – an anthem particularly beloved in Manchester – rings out. Former champion Carl Frampton agrees with the decision.

Ekow Essuman vs. Samuel Antwi

We’re currently watching unbeaten Nottingham-based British and Commonwealth welterweight champion Ekow Essuman defend his titles against Samuel ‘The Sensation’ Antwi. It’s been an even bout so far between two composed-looking fighters, with Antwi’s corner particularly vocal.

As we approach the end of the fight, Antwi’s corner are confidently informing him that he is six minutes away from victory.

Mark Heffron knocks out Martin Ezequiel Bulacio (round one)

Well then. Few would have predicted five minutes ago that super-middleweight Heffron would be kissing his opponent in due course, but that’s what ‘Kid Dynamite’ is now doing after a barrage of connecting shots forced the referee to end Bulacio’s contest.

Tyson Fury, in what looks like a paint-splattered suit, applauds at ringside

Raven Chapman beats Jorgelina Guanini (points)

A compelling scrap between Raven Chapman and Jorgelina Guanini ends with Buckinghamshire brawler Chapman as the new WBC International Featherweight champion!

Both boxers traded meaty blows during that contest. And a man who knows all about heavy hitting has just checked in.

Hello and welcome to The Sporting News’ coverage of a tantalising evening of boxing!

Let’s catch up with some of the early undercard results first: lightweight Callum ‘The Tank’ Thompson did the business with a third-round knockout of Delmar Thomas, and Liverpool middleweight James Heneghan needed two rounds fewer to record his first professional knockout at the expense of an early night for Rod Douglas Jr.

Super-lightweight Amaar ‘The Prodigy’ Akbar made it four wins out of four in his rookie career by beating Karlo Wallace on points.

When is Joe Joyce vs. Joseph Parker?

  • Date: Saturday, September 24
  • Start time: 2 p.m. ET | 7 p.m. BST | 4 a.m. AEST 
  • Main event: 5:15 p.m. ET | 10:15 p.m. BST | 7:15 a.m. AEST

Joe Joyce vs. Joseph Parker will be taking place on Sept. 24. The main card starts around 2 p.m. ET | 7 p.m. BST | 4 a.m. AEST. Joyce and Parker should make their way to the ring around 5:15 p.m. ET | 10:15 p.m. BST | 7:15 a.m. AEST, depending on how long the undercard fights last. 

How to watch Joe Joyce vs. Joseph Parker

  • ESPN+
  • BT Sport Box Office

In the U.S., Joyce vs. Parker will be shown on ESPN+. 

The Joyce-Parker bout will be shown exclusively on BT Sport Box Office in the U.K.

Joe Joyce vs. Joseph Parker price: How much does the card cost?

You will need to pay $9.99 a month for a monthly subscription to ESPN+ or an annual subscription for $99.99/yr. The Joyce vs. Parker fight won’t be an additional cost to current ESPN+ subscribers. 

ESPN+ Monthly Subscription$9.99/month
ESPN+ Annual Subscription$99.99/year
The Disney Bundle w/Hulu Ad-Supported$13.99/month
The Disney Bundle w/Hulu No-Ads$19.99/month

Joe Joyce vs. Joseph Parker fight card

  • Joe Joyce (c) vs. Joseph Parker (c) for the WBC, Silver, WBO International, and WBO Inter-Continental heavyweight titles 
  • Amanda Serrano (c) vs. Sarah Mahfoud (c) for the IBF, IBO, WBC, and WBO featherweight titles 
  • Michael Magnesi (c) vs. Anthony Cacace for the IBO super-featherweight title 
  • Ekow Essuman (c) vs. Samuel Antwi for the British, IBF European, and Commonwealth welterweight titles 
  • Nathan Heaney vs. Jack Flatley for the IBO International middleweight title 
  • Raven Chapman vs. Jorgelina Guanini for the WBC International featherweight title 
  • James Heneghan vs. Rod Douglas Jr. 
  • Amaar Akbar vs. Karlo Wallace
  • Tommy Fletcher vs. Toni Visic
  • Mark Heffron vs. Martin Ezequiel Bulacio  


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