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Joseph Parker said he had no second thoughts after he tumbled to a wide consistent choice thrashing to Anthony Joshua at The Principality on Saturday night.

The New Zealander battled valiantly at the end of the day missed the mark as he endured his first expert thrashing, surrendering his WBO title to Joshua all the while.

Parker declined to rationalize after scores of 118-110, 118-110 and 119-109 gave 'AJ' the win and he charitably conceded that he essentially "lost to the better man".
Today I showed signs of improvement champion, the greater man," the 26-year-old parker stated, addressing ESPN.

"There's a great deal to take a shot at and it was a decent affair being here - I need to thank everybody for supporting me.

"I will backpedal, prepare hard and return more grounded.

"I have no second thoughts, I will endure it. The better man won on the day."

Parker can surely take positives from the unification standoff, turning into the principal contender to take Joshua the planned separation in an expert challenge.

Anthony Joshua said he would thump Deontay Wilder start out after he beat Joseph Parker on points. 

"We will be back once more," he proceeded.

"On the off chance that we battled once more, I would work harder, be more grounded and toss more punches.
"I would love to have another go. It's back to the point where it all began now.

"We could have dealt with within progressively, whatever happened, happened and we can't transform it. We simply look forward.

"Obviously I trust I can wind up title holder once more. I'm youthful, fit, solid, I went poorly and demonstrated I'm fit to go 12 rounds."

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