On The Watch “Its All About Anthony Joshua vs Joseph Parker”


Heavyweight Champion Anthony Joshua (20-0, 20 Kos) will be returning to the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Saturday March 31, 2018 on Sky Sport Box Office for a Unification fight against Champion Joseph Parker (24-0, 18 Kos).

This will be the first time in History that two reigning Heavyweight World Champions have met in Britain. The stakes couldn’t be any higher. Joshua will be defending his IBF, WBA Super and IBO Belts to Joseph’s WBO Belt along with both unbeaten records on the line.

Both fighters have their own views on how things are going to go down come fight night. Both are young, hungry, and strong and determined to become Undisputed World Heavyweight Champion.

Surprisingly the early trash-talking has been coming from Parker, who feels he’s got the right attributes to put a stop to Joshua’s reign at the top of the food chain. He’s even going as far as predicting a knockout! Parker’s a tough Dude who’s never been stopped or shaken in that squared circle to date. It’s clear to me where the confidence is coming from.

Joshua’s heard the entire trash-talking coming from the opposite camp and he hasn’t been impressed. Personally, I think the critical attacks from them have actually fueled his anger and in return we are going to see a highly motivated AJ pumped up to put a hurting on his opponent in an emphatic fashion.

For some reason or another AJ’s opponents are quick to overlook or underestimate what he brings to that squared circle. AJ is clearly still learning fight by fight but to assume that he’s a walk in the park is blasphemy. REAL TALK!

The winner from this Unification Bout will hold four of the five Major Titles, leaving Deontay Wilder’s WBC Belt as the last one to acquire.

This is shaping out to be quite an intriguing month for the Heavyweight Division. Who will fall and who will rise one step closer to Undisputed?

Who you got?


On The Watch “Its All About Deontay Wilder vs Luis Ortiz”

WBC Heavyweight Title Challenge

It’s Official. The highly anticipated bout between two of the most dangerous Heavyweights in “The Game” is back on. Deontay has blessed Ortiz once again since their previous schedule bout hit a holdup back in November 4, 2017.

Now the due over between Deontay “The Bronz Bomber” Wilder (39-0, 38 KOs) and Luis “King Kong” Ortiz (28-0, 24 Kos) has been set for March 3, 2018 at the Barkley Center in Brooklyn, New York.

In my eyes, this will most likely be Deontay’s stiffest challenge to his career to date. REAL TALK! Wilder has been feeling himself as of late. His last performance against Bermaine Stiverne was devastating and quite the statement to the rest of the Heavyweight Division. Wilder is now claiming to be the No. 1 Heavyweight in “The Game” and is now out to prove it by taking out the undefeated Ortiz in a convincing fashion.

Now let’s be real. Ortiz in my eyes is an establish Heavyweight with the skills to pay the bills. Peeps can talk about his age all they want but can’t ignore what this man brings to that squared circle. He may not hold a title but he is definitely a major player in the Heavyweight Division.

The winner between Wilder and Ortiz will unquestionably change the landscape of the Heavyweight Division. Two very dangerous and heavy fisted Heavyweights are going to collide and take each other heads of with no remorse for one another.

Wilder the WBC Heavyweight Champion is taking a big gamble by accepting this fight has a voluntary defense, but then again, he is out to prove that he’s the real deal. In his mind, he is sure to take out Ortiz by knockout. But Real Talk, this is not rock, paper, scissors, anything can happen in that squared circle. Saturday night March 3, 2018 at the Barkley Center will be “Judgment Night” for two of the baddest Heavyweights in “The Game”.

The question still remains, who will be left standing in that squared circle come fight night?

Who you got?


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