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Joe Joyce becomes first man to stop Joseph Parker with stunning KO in heavyweight thriller to secure title shot

, Joe Joyce becomes first man to stop Joseph Parker with stunning KO in heavyweight thriller to secure title shot

JOE JOYCE scored a stunning KO win over Joseph Parker after breaking his nose and spirit in a bloodbath of a fight.

The Rio 2016 silver winner took another step toward a world title shot by pummelling and slashing cuts and wounds into his courageous opponent and finishing in spectacular style in the eleventh.

Joe Joyce knocked Joseph Parker out with a left hook

Joseph Parker was knocked out in round 11

Joyce, who turned 37 on Monday is an infamously slow starter, was not at the races early again in Manchester.

The 30-year-old Parker tagged him a with a range of different shots, to head and body, and took the opening round.

The Putney Juggernaut was on the front foot and took control of the centre of the ring.

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But former WBO world champ Parker peppered him with a handful of jabs, a decent right hand and couple of left hooks.

Joyce woke up for the second and made a bloody mess of Parker’s nose.

The Samoan was whacking away at the Londoner’s ribs as much as he could but Joyce has freakish resilience.

Parker looked shattered and stunned in the third, one Joyce dig sent a stream of his blood spewing onto the ringside photographers.

But then he battled back into the round with a handful of flush shots that Joyce somehow shook off like they were nothing.

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Parker scored with two cracking right hands in the fourth too, but Joyce didn’t even wince.

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Somehow he shipped the shots and just carried on marching forward and throwing his own.

It must have been soul destroying to have all his best punches getting brushed off.

Joyce raced out for the sixth and smashed a right hand straight onto Parker’s broken nose.

The Kiwi was struggling to breath through his nostrils and having to gasp for air through his mouth.

Parker suffered a bad cut on the corner of his right eye in the seventh when he simply could not escape Joyce’s relentless abuse.

, Joe Joyce becomes first man to stop Joseph Parker with stunning KO in heavyweight thriller to secure title shotPutney Juggernaut was on the front foot and took control of the centre of the ring.

, Joe Joyce becomes first man to stop Joseph Parker with stunning KO in heavyweight thriller to secure title shotJoyce was still getting punched back but he was overpowering and exhasutering Parker

, Joe Joyce becomes first man to stop Joseph Parker with stunning KO in heavyweight thriller to secure title shotJoseph Parker was left badly cut

Team Parker did their best to close the gash but the first punch of the eighth ripped it open again and the claret was like a red rag to a raging bull.

Joyce was still getting punched back but he was overpowering and exhausting Parker in every clinch and slashing away at his head and body.

Joyce’s white tasseled shorts were pink by the end of the ninth and – while Parker looked like he had been ambushed by a gang of thugs – Joyce still looked fresh as a daisy, despite getting hit with dozens of big shots.

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Parker looked finished in the tenth too but then dug so deep to land five left hooks right on the bell.

It was all action, thrilling stuff but only Joyce looked capable of scoring the late stoppage thanks to his super-human chin.

Then Joyce detonated a stunning left hook that sent Parker stumbling backwards and down to the canvas.

The brilliantly brave warrior beat the count but referee Steve Gray expertly waved the bout off to save him from any more damage.

, Joe Joyce becomes first man to stop Joseph Parker with stunning KO in heavyweight thriller to secure title shotJoe Joyce celebrates knocking Joseph Parker out

, Joe Joyce becomes first man to stop Joseph Parker with stunning KO in heavyweight thriller to secure title shotJoe Joyce wins the WBO ‘interim’ heavyweight title

Frequently Asked Questions

What can I do to improve my fighting defense?

It is possible to improve your defensive capabilities by learning how smart you fight. It is important to know how to defend yourself against all types of attacks, as well as how to counterattack when necessary.

If you don’t know how fight, you won’t be ready for anything. You’ll just get beaten up. But if you do know how to fight, you’ll be ready for whatever comes at you.

Here are some tips to help you improve your defense:

  1. Know where your opponent’s attack is coming from. This means that you have to pay attention to your opponent’s body language. This could be a sign that your opponent is preparing for his next attack.
  2. Remain calm. Don’t panic. Instead, try to remain focused and relaxed.
  3. Block with your arms. Blocking with your arms is an effective and simple way to defend against attacks.
  4. Counterattack. Counterattack.
  5. Fight dirty. Fighting dirty can be a way to defend yourself. If you are being kicked by your opponent, you can respond by kick him back.

How long does it take for a professional boxer to become one?

Professional boxing requires dedication and years of hardwork. A minimum of 10 hours per week is required to train to become a professional ring fighter.

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What are the advantages of learning to box

These are the reasons you need to learn how box.

  • It builds confidence. Being able to box will help you face bullies and other bullies.
  • It improves your overall health. Boxing increases muscle mass. Muscle mass will make you stronger.
  • It helps you to learn self-defense skills. If you know how to fight, then you will be able to protect your self.
  • It helps you develop your mental toughness. You need mental toughness to face difficult situations.
  • You feel accomplished. Once you’ve mastered a certain technique, you’ll feel like a real boxer.
  • It’s fun! Nothing is more fun than being punched in a stomach.
  • It’s cheap. You only need a pair boxing gloves and punching bag.
  • It doesn’t need much space

How do I practice boxing alone?

If you are looking to box with a partner but don’t want to train, you can just watch the professional boxing matches on TV. Or you can find an amateur boxing club near you. Amateur boxing clubs hold regular training sessions. These sessions usually involve sparring partners who hit pads together.

Boxing can also be practiced using punching bags. Before you hit the bag, make sure to wear protective gear like boxing gloves.

How long does it take for you to master boxing?

Boxing is the oldest known martial art. China recorded the first boxing match in 2200 BC. Boxing has been practiced over thousands of year. Today, boxing is still loved by celebrities and athletes. It takes around 10 months for a boxer to be proficient.

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It takes so long for boxing to be learned because there are many types of movements involved. Each movement requires specific muscles in order to be effective. It takes time to train these muscles.

However, once you know how to move your entire body, you can then start any type of boxing technique. Over time, each technique will become more difficult.

What’s the difference between a left cross and a left hook?

A left hook is thrown to the side of your body, while a right-cross is thrown to the front.

A left hook is thrown with the back of the hand facing the opponent’s face. The elbow is bent 90°. The wrist is turned 45° toward opponent.

With the palm facing the opponent, a right cross is performed. The elbow should be straight. The opponent is 45 degrees from your wrist.

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Are you able to learn how to box?

You can learn how to box. You just need to find a boxing gym near you and join a class. Although most gyms offer free classes to their members, it is possible to search Google for other local boxing clubs.

Also, equipment like gloves and mouthpieces, headgear, as well as sparring partners will be required. Once you’ve got all of that, you can begin practicing your punches and kicks.

Statistics

  • This article received 39 testimonials and 89% of readers who voted found it helpful, earning it our reader-approved status. (wikihow.com)
  • It is just like normal sparring with a partner, but you want to throw punches at 75% of your normal speed. (wikihow.com)

External Links

en.wikipedia.org

expertboxing.com

How To

How to box for training

How to Learn to Box For Exercise

Learning boxing will help you improve your self-confidence and physical fitness. Boxing is one the most loved sports in the world. It requires speed, agility and strength.

Learning how to box is a great way to get fit and feel good about yourself. You’ll find that you enjoy the activity so much that you’ll want to keep doing it.

There are many types of boxing training programs. Some programs are offered at local gyms and others at your home. You can also study online from any location in the world.

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When choosing a program, make sure that it meets your goals and fits into your lifestyle. The best programs focus on exercises that increase muscle mass, flexibility and cardiovascular endurance. They also promote overall well being.

Consider whether you prefer a beginner or advanced course. Beginner’s courses usually cover basic techniques such as shadowboxing or sparring, mittwork and punching combinations. Advanced programs often cover more complex movements, and include a greater variety of exercises.

Programs for beginners usually last eight weeks and cost less that $100. They don’t offer any advice on nutrition, weight loss or injury prevention.

Advanced programs typically last six months and cost around $300. They may include nutritional advice, stretching, warm-up exercises and instruction on proper technique. Some programs include resistance training such as lifting weights and aerobic conditioning such as running.

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