"I’m enjoying London. I’m going to knock someone out"

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Lupesoloai La'auliolemalietoa Joseph Parker defends his WBO Heavyweight Championship against Hughie Fury in Manchester on Sunday morning September 24 (NZTime)

Champ also meets Sir Jerry Mateparae who predicts Parker will be mates with Fury after the bout despite a strained build-up to the fight.
Joseph Parker has cast a ‘special vote’ ahead of the New Zealand General Election at New Zealand house in London today.

Joseph Parker in London ahead of his WBO heavyweight boxing title defense. Matt Impey / www.photosport.nz
Joseph Parker in London ahead of his WBO heavyweight boxing title defense. Matt Impey / www.photosport.nz
Joseph Parker in London ahead of his WBO heavyweight boxing title defense. Matt Impey / www.photosport.nz
Joseph Parker in London ahead of his WBO heavyweight boxing title defense. Matt Impey / www.photosport.nz
Joseph Parker in London ahead of his WBO heavyweight boxing title defense. Matt Impey / www.photosport.nz
Joseph Parker in London ahead of his WBO heavyweight boxing title defense. Matt Impey / www.photosport.nz
Joseph Parker in London ahead of his WBO heavyweight boxing title defense. Photo Matt Impey / www.photosport.nz
Joseph Parker in London ahead of his WBO heavyweight boxing title defense. Photo Matt Impey / www.photosport.nz

The WBO World Boxing champion has also been welcomed by the New Zealand High Commissioner to the UK, Sir Jerry Mateparae.

Sir Jerry, the former SAS soldier, who rose in the ranks to become the chief of the NZ Defence Force, and more recently held the post of NZ Governor General, has shown Parker the panoramic views of London from the top of the New Zealand Consulate in Central London.

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