Joshua warning for rival Parker

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"When I look at heavyweight boxing, you look at [Wladimir] Klitschko and he wanted to be a three-time heavyweight champion of the world, he lost and came back - If I lost, I'd dust myself off and go again".

The victor of the hotly anticipated heavyweight bout will then have a chance to unify the division, but Joshua insists he is exclusively focused on Parker rather than what may happen in the future. It has given Higgins and Parker ample time to prepare, and Higgins' latest move has turned the spotlight back on Joshua, a man who made headlines for the wrong reasons when declining to speak to the media from New Zealand and Samoa who had made the trip to Sheffield for a media day last week.

"Every fight has been a learning fight and every camp a learning camp", he explained.

"There's a lot of expectation on his side and there's and a lot of people thinking he should knock me out early in the fight and he should get the win easily so there is pressure.

I say there is no pressure and if there is pressure it's how you deal with it".

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"He's quick and can take a punch", added the WBA and IBF champion.

But the fight is being tipped by many - including former WBO middleweight champion and Sky Sports analyst Johnny Nelson - as far from a walk in the park for Joshua.

"I just saw reports that Eddie Hearn saying Joshua will retire before he fights me and if he does, I told y'all he was a s***house and he's afraid of the Gypsy King", Fury said.

"By my 40th fight, no one should be giving me any problems".

"I know if I catch him clean, he's out". I don't know what my weight will be but I feel great.

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"It's my time, I'm young, sharp and am determined to win". "I've not decided how I want to beat him yet, I'll see how I feel on fight night". We just think it's silly and disrespectful.

The eyes of the boxing world will be on Cardiff as Londoner faces Kiwi Parker on Saturday night in a heavyweight unification bout.

Anthony Joshua is also looking to book his place in history - although this victory would only be half of his overall goal.

When asked to analyse his next opponent Joshua was full of praise, and sees Parker as an important part of his boxing journey.

The fight is expected to be a sell-out, with Joshua touted as the pre-fight favourite.

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