Joseph Parker (boxer)

Joseph Parker
Real name Joseph Dennis Parker
Rated at Heavyweight
Height 1.93 m (6 ft 4 in)
Reach 193 cm (76 in)
Nationality New Zealander
Born (1992-01-09) 9 January 1992
South Auckland, New Zealand
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 21
Wins 21
Wins by KO 18
Losses 0

Joseph Dennis Parker (born 9 January 1992), also known as Lupesoliai La'auli Joseph Parker, is a New Zealand professional boxer of Samoan descent.[1] He has held the regional WBO Oriental heavyweight title since 2014, and the OPBF heavyweight title since 2015. As of October 2016, Parker is ranked as the world's sixth best heavyweight by The Ring magazine, and seventh by BoxRec.

An accomplished amateur, Parker competed at the 2010 Commonwealth Games and narrowly missed qualification for the 2012 Olympics, all in the super-heavyweight division, before turning professional in May 2012.[2][3]

Early life

Joseph Parker was born in South Auckland on January 9, 1992 to Dempsey and Sala Parker. Parker's Samoan ancestry roots go back to the Faleula Village on the main island of Upolu in Samoa where his mother hails from.[4] He was raised in Māngere and belongs to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Parker took up boxing at the age eleven and pursued the sport while attending high school at Marcellin College. Parker is the elder brother of John Parker, a current up-and-coming professional boxer, and his sister Elizabeth. Their father, Dempsey Parker, was named after heavyweight champion Jack Dempsey.[5][6]

Amateur career

Parker had success during his amateur career being two time New Zealand Amateur Heavyweight Champion in 2010 and 2011 as well as being able to win several amateur tournaments and score a couple of notable wins on the international circuit. He won silver at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics and 2010 Commonwealth Boxing Championships while also winning bronze at the 2010 AIBA Youth World Boxing Championships. Joseph also won gold at the Arafura Games, the China Open as well as the 50th Winner Tournament in Belgrade where he beat 2012 Olympians Erik Pfeifer and Johan Linde. He was awarded the New Zealand Pacific Junior sportsman of the year while still in the amateur ranks in 2011.[7]

Parker at age 18 competed for New Zealand in the super heavyweight category at the 2010 Commonwealth Games. He won his first fight by 14–7 over Canadian Didier Bence after scoring nine points in the final round.[8] Parker needed only to win his second fight, the quarter final, to pick up a medal but lost to Tariq Abdul Haqq. The fight was tied at 7–7 after Parker landed a late punch to tie up the scores. The judges, however, gave Abdul Haqq the win by a majority decision of three of the five judges.[9]

Professional career

Parker turned professional with Duco Events in Auckland under the tutelage of Sir Bob Jones.[10]

Career beginnings

On 5 July 2012 in Auckland, New Zealand's Convention Centre, Parker made his professional debut against New Zealander Dean Garmonsway at the 'Godfather of All Fight Nights' on the undercard of the Shane Cameron versus Monte Barrett title eliminator. The then twenty-year-old south Aucklander stepped into the professional ranks for the first time, Parker was hyped as New Zealand's most promising boxer since David Tua and had a lot to lose going into his professional debut. Garmonsway, a former rugby league star, playing for Waikato representative teams and, such as the Wai-Coa-Bay Stallions had only three professional boxing bouts, amounting to two wins and one loss, also standing around 192 cm tall and weighing in roughly at 108 kg.[11] Parker smashed his opponent and with some thundering shots and won by technical knockout midway through the second round.[12]

After winning four more minor bouts in New Zealand and America, Parker agreed to fight South African Francois Botha. The fight led to Parker's manager, Sir Bob Jones, quitting over the suitability of pitching Joseph against Botha, especially after Botha's recent controversy-filled fight with Sonny Bill Williams in Australia.[13] He defeated Botha on 13 June 2013 by a second round stoppage over the former four-time world heavyweight contender.[14]

Following his win over Botha, Parker extended his unbeaten professional record to seven wins on 10 October 2013 with a second-round knockout over Afa Tatupu at the Trusts Arena in Waitakere, Auckland. All the predictions before the fight were the two would unleash early in the contest, and they came true as Parker won the fight with a stunning second round blow. Parker secured the New Zealand National Boxing Federation title with an impressive win marred only by a serious cut he suffered in the opening round when the fighters clashed heads. The fight doctor considered ending the fight after the first round due to the state of the cut above the left eye but Parker's manager Kevin Barry pleaded for a second round and got it. His charge responded with a flurry of punches which lowered former champion Tatupu two minutes into the second round. Tatupu came out strong in the first round and threw some good shots, testing the chin of the then 21-year-old rising star. The two then got into a brawl as they traded punch for punch.[15]

Parker threw plenty at his opponent, showing his speed and power late in the first round but Tatupu was saved by the bell as he battled against the ropes. The punishment continued in the second round before Parker delivered the killer blow. It was an action-packed contest, with the then 33-year-old Tatupu opening in aggressive style and prompting a belligerent response from Parker after he was searching for an upset knockout win. The pair went toe-to-toe for much of the second round before Parker's superior speed and power made the difference.[16]

Parker started off 2014 after he defeated Brazilian Marcelo Luiz Nascimento after a flurry of blows in the seventh round saw referee Brad Vocale stop the fight, although Nascimento protested the decision. Parker was the dominant figure throughout the bout and won the interim Pan Asian Boxing Association heavyweight championship for his efforts. The fight, on the undercard of Wladimir Klitschko's world heavyweight title defence against Australian Alex Leapai, was Parker's eighth as a professional. Nascimento, who was a late replacement for durable veteran Sherman Williams, brought a 17-5 record to the contest, which was largely padded by results in his homeland. But in the seventh, which turned out to be the final frame, Parker's power began to show and when Nascimento was unable to defend himself the bout was stopped.

In his next bout he defeated 39-year-old defending American WBO Oriental heavyweight champion Brian Minto[17] on 5 July 2014 in Auckland, New Zealand. Parker knocked Minto down in the fifth round and then opened his arms. After rocking him again in the seventh Minto did not return as his corner threw in the towel, leaving Joseph winning his third title. Having been knocked down twice, Minto knew at the end of the seventh round he had no chance of winning. He also confirmed he had carried a broken nose – suffered in sparring the previous week – into the fight.[18]

Following an easy victory over another American Keith Thompson in August, Parker went on to outclass durable Bahamian 42-year-old Sherman Williams with a convincing unanimous decision.[19] After Williams losing, he continued to cause controversy after he kept attempting to snatch and grab the microphone within the ring and issuing a re-match challenge against Parker. He claimed that he'd knock out Parker in the sixth round in a re-match. Parker quoted saying it's not up to him and we are fighters and lets leave it to the judges to decide.[20]

Parker continued his winning form after he knocked out top-ranked Brazilian and WBO Latino heavyweight champion Irineu Beato Costa Junior in December 2014,[21] before doing the same to unknown American 34-year-old Jason Pettaway in March 2015.[22] Parker had moved to 13-0 in his professional boxing career after beating Pettaway and Costa Junior by both coming from knockouts in the fourth round. Joseph retained his Pan Asian Boxing Association and WBO Oriental heavyweight titles.

Road to the title

Following a three-week camp as sparring partner to World heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko in Florida, Parker announced to fight three more bouts in 2015, re-commencing in Palmerston North on 13 June where he defeated Turkish-born German fighter Yakup Saglam in an emphatic second-round knockout.[23] Parker battered Saglam late in the first round, but stepped it up in the second with his big hits. Saglam had a massive right hook of his own, but couldn't land any, while Parker's speed and power were too much. Joseph maintained his unbeaten record, notching his fourteenth win and twelfth by knockout while also again retaining his two titles.[24]

Following the withdrawal of Japanese heavyweight champion Kyotaro Fujimoto, Parker beat Australian replacement Bowie Tupou on 1 August in Invercargill, New Zealand, by first-round knockout. He then fought 45-year-old former World Title contender Kali Meehan (42 wins; 5 losses) on 15 October in Auckland. The New Zealand-born Australian Meehan earned his shot at the promising heavyweight after winning the Super 8 competition and beating Kiwi veteran Shane Cameron. Parker's dynamic hand speed and power destroyed veteran Kali Meehan inside three rounds of their heavyweight clash. After dominating the opening two rounds, Parker put away the veteran with a stunning combination one minute into the third round. He set it up with a straight left and finished it off with a powerful overhand right. Meehan struggled to get up off the canvas and wobbled against the ropes with referee Ferlin Marsh waving the finish for a technical knockout. He added the WBC's Eurasia Pacific Boxing Council's heavyweight belt and the WBA's Oceania title to his collection.[25]

Parker's next two opponents were both named on 9 November 2015, with American 24-year-old Daniel Martz selected for 5 December 2015 in Hamilton, followed by southpaw Jason Bergman, also of the United States, on 23 January 2016 in Apia, Samoa.[26]

Parker had scored an emphatic first-round technical knockout win over Martz at the Fight For Life event. As expected, he wasted no time in flooring the 2.02 meter American at Claudelands Arena, for a super quick technical knockout victory. Parker took just one minute and 17 seconds to floor the big-talking Martz flat on his face with a big swinging right punch to the left-side of his head.[27]

Parker notched his 18th consecutive win with an eighth-round technical knockout of American Jason Bergman in Samoa. Far from the one or two round finishes of his more recent fights, Parker was made to work for his victory by a staunch and determined Bergman. The challenger offered very little on offense but displayed some impressive mettle in soldiering through a number of Parker onslaughts, the champion tenderising the body relentlessly in what proved to be the ideal workout against his first southpaw opponent. After twice sending Bergman to his knee in earlier rounds for the count, one particularly brutal liver shot crumbled the American, the referee having seen enough as he waved off the fight.[28]

Title contention

On 21 May 2016, Parker stepped into the ring against the French-based Carlos Takam. Takam, from Cameroon, the then 35-year-old had never had a bout in the United States, but had faced the likes of Michael Grant and Mike Perez. Parker won in a unanimous decision, he came out on top after twelve rounds in front of a vocal home crowd at South Auckland's Vodafone Events Centre in New Zealand. The 116-112 (2) 115-113 win gave him the right to challenge for the IBF heavyweight title against current belt holder Anthony Joshua from England.[29]

The Joseph Parker versus Solomon Haumono fight contract was finally signed off on May, 23.[30] Pre-fight Parker predicted he would need the formative rounds of twelve to get a feel and once he found his range a tiring Haumono was visibly struggling before he was dropped by a right uppercut and failed to beat referee Bruce McTavish's count, being another routine victory for Parker via a fourth-round knockout. Parker was in control from the opening bell and made his first inroads in the third when he landed a right and left to Haumono's head, though he responded by winging Parker on the jaw, a blow that was brushed off. Haumono thought he had beat the count and was fit to continue though it was only a matter of time before Parker ended proceeding before a capacity crowd of 5,500.[31]

Parker's team made the announcement of Parker's October 1 fight in late July with the tall Ukrainian-born German Alexander Dimitrenko in a 12-round bout at the Vodafone Events Centre in Manukau, the same venue Parker secured a points win over Carlos Takam to secure the IBF number one mandatory position in May. Trainer Kevin Barry commented that the Dimitrenko bout was a preparation for his eventual heavyweight title fight with Anthony Joshua. Dimitrenko held a respectable 38-2 record, with those two losses coming against his only genuine top-class opposition; Kubrat Pulev in 2012 and Eddie Chambers in 2009.[32] Parker started off strong knocking down Dimitrenko in round one. He then used his speed in round two and knocked Dimitrenko down twice following right hands. Dimitrenko was knocked down a final time in round three, as he was falling, Parker hit another body shot, which the referee appeared to miss. The fight was called off 1 minute and 36 seconds of round three.[33]

Parker vs. Ruiz

In late October, the WBO ordered Parker and Andy Ruiz. to fight for their vacant world title during a meeting at the sanctioning body's annual convention in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Ruiz's promoter Bob Arum had confirmed the Mexican-American would fight Parker for the vacant title belt on December the 10th in Auckland once Tyson Fury relinquished it earlier that month after he is dealt with cocaine and alcohol problems in addition to mental health issues that caused him to cancel his rematch with former champion Wladimir Klitschko.[34] Arum told ESPN the deal he made with Duco Event's Dean Lonergan, promoter of Parker, was contingent on the WBO confirming the title fight, as both camps were unsure if it would be sanctioned when they met earlier that week.[35]

Personal life

Parker goes by the high chief name of Lupesoliai La'auli.[36] Contrary to reports that the emerging star was bestowed a matai (chief) title, the village of Faleula revealed to him the name to bestow upon him the chiefly title of La'auli. The paramount chief of the village, Loau Keneti Sio, urged him to be a "strong man". He bestowed his blessings on Parker, reminding him that the bestowed title is a gift and a "blessing to him from the village". Loau said informing him that he has been chosen to be bestowed the title La'auli is a sign of respect. It is also a thank you from the village for what he has achieved for Samoa.[4]

In early October 2016, Parker's current partner Laine Tavita confirmed that she was expecting Parker's child.[37] A baby shower was held prior to it being announced, which Parker attended before flying off to prepare for his world title bout.[38] He was not present when Tavita gave birth to their daughter as he was in Las Vegas preparing. Her full name is Elizabeth Ah-Sue Sala Parker. The boxer's sister's name is Elizabeth and his mother's name is Sala.[39]

Professional boxing record

Professional record summary
21 fights 21 wins 0 losses
By knockout 18 0
By decision 3 0
No. Result Record Opponent Type Round, time Date Location Notes
22 N/A N/A Mexico Andy Ruiz N/A – (12) 10 Dec 2016 New Zealand Vector Arena, Auckland, New Zealand For vacant WBO heavyweight title
21 Win 21–0 Germany Alexander Dimitrenko KO 3 (12), 1:38 1 Oct 2016 New Zealand Vodafone Events Centre, Auckland, New Zealand Retained WBO Oriental heavyweight title
20 Win 20–0 Australia Solomon Haumono TKO 4 (12), 1:35 21 Jul 2016 New Zealand Horncastle Arena, Christchurch, New Zealand Retained OPBF and WBO Oriental heavyweight titles
19 Win 19–0 France Carlos Takam UD 12 21 May 2016 New Zealand Vodafone Events Centre, Auckland, New Zealand
18 Win 18–0 United States Jason Bergman TKO 8 (12), 1:02 23 Jan 2016 Samoa Faleata Sports Complex, Apia, Samoa Retained WBO Oriental heavyweight title
17 Win 17–0 United States Daniel Martz TKO 1 (12), 1:17 5 Dec 2015 New Zealand Claudelands Arena, Hamilton, New Zealand Retained WBO Oriental heavyweight title
16 Win 16–0 Australia Kali Meehan TKO 3 (12), 1:00 15 Oct 2015 New Zealand The Trusts Arena, Auckland, New Zealand Retained OPBF, PABA, WBO Africa, and WBO Oriental heavyweight titles;
Won vacant EPBC and WBA Oceania heavyweight titles
15 Win 15–0 Australia Bowie Tupou KO 1 (12), 1:03 1 Aug 2015 New Zealand Stadium Southland, Invercargill, New Zealand Retained PABA and WBO Oriental heavyweight titles;
Won WBO Africa and vacant OPBF heavyweight titles
14 Win 14–0 Germany Yakup Saglam TKO 2 (12), 0:45 13 Jun 2015 New Zealand Arena Manawatu, Palmerston North, New Zealand Retained PABA and WBO Oriental heavyweight titles
13 Win 13–0 United States Jason Pettaway TKO 4 (10), 0:48 5 Mar 2015 New Zealand Vodafone Events Centre, Auckland, New Zealand Retained PABA and WBO Oriental heavyweight titles
12 Win 12–0 Brazil Irineu Beato Costa Junior KO 4 (12), 0:31 6 Dec 2014 New Zealand Claudelands Arena, Hamilton, New Zealand Retained PABA and WBO Oriental heavyweight titles
11 Win 11–0 The Bahamas Sherman Williams UD 10 16 Oct 2014 New Zealand The Trusts Arena, Auckland, New Zealand Retained PABA and WBO Oriental heavyweight titles
10 Win 10–0 United States Keith Thompson TKO 3 (6), 2:41 9 Aug 2014 United States Sands Casino Resort, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, US
9 Win 9–0 United States Brian Minto RTD 7 (10), 3:00 5 Jul 2014 New Zealand Vodafone Events Centre, Auckland, New Zealand Retained PABA heavyweight title;
Won WBO Oriental heavyweight title
8 Win 8–0 Brazil Marcelo Luiz Nascimento TKO 7 (10), 2:21 26 Apr 2014 Germany König Pilsener Arena, Oberhausen, Germany Won PABA interim heavyweight title
7 Win 7–0 New Zealand Afa Tatupu TKO 2 (10), 1:05 10 Oct 2013 New Zealand The Trusts Arena, Auckland, New Zealand Won NZNBF heavyweight title
6 Win 6–0 South Africa Francois Botha TKO 2 (8), 2:32 13 Jun 2013 New Zealand The Trusts Arena, Auckland, New Zealand
5 Win 5–0 New Zealand Brice Ritani-Coe UD 6 16 May 2013 United States Hyatt Regency, Irvine, California, US
4 Win 4–0 New Zealand Dontay Pati TKO 1 (6), 1:32 28 Feb 2013 New Zealand Hornby Working Men's Club, Christchurch, New Zealand
3 Win 3–0 New Zealand Richard Tutaki TKO 3 (6), 0:59 15 Dec 2012 New Zealand The Trusts Arena, Auckland, New Zealand
2 Win 2–0 New Zealand Terry Tuteru KO 2 (4), 1:49 9 Nov 2012 New Zealand The Trusts Arena, Auckland, New Zealand
1 Win 1–0 New Zealand Dean Garmonsway TKO 2 (6), 1:49 5 Jul 2012 New Zealand SkyCity, Auckland, New Zealand Professional debut

Titles in boxing

Regional/International titles:

Honors and awards


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Preceded by
Afa Tatupu
NZNBF Heavyweight Champion
10 October 2013 – 6 October 2015
Title next held by
Hemi Ahio
Title last held by
Billy Wright
PABA Heavyweight Interim Champion
26 April 2014 – 5 July 2014
Title next held by
Solomon Haumono
Title last held by
Ruslan Chagaev
PABA Heavyweight Champion
5 July 2014 – 27 April 2016
Title next held by
Solomon Haumono
Preceded by
Brian Minto
WBO Oriental Heavyweight Champion
5 July 2014 – present
Title last held by
Solomon Haumono
OPBF Heavyweight Champion
1 August 2015 – present
Preceded by
Bowie Tupou
WBO Africa Heavyweight Champion
1 August 2015 – 1 February 2016
Title next held by
Izu Ugonoh
New title WBA Oceania Heavyweight Champion
15 October 2015 – 4 April 2016
Title next held by
Zhang Junlong
Title last held by
Lucas Browne
EPBC Heavyweight Champion
15 October 2015 – 8 April 2016
Title next held by
Sergei Kuzmin
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