Joe Joyce vs Joseph Parker: Everything We Know So Far

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Joe Joyce and Joseph Parker will be meeting in the boxing ring in 2022 and we have all the key details ahead of this heavyweight fight.

This will be a very interesting fight in the heavyweight division, as Parker has brought himself back into the fold for possible future Championship fights, whilst Joyce will be wanting to make a statement.

We have been treated to some great boxing fights recently, including Tyson Fury’s victory over Dillian Whyte, and hopefully this upcoming fight follows suit.

No doubt there is a lot that the boxing fan base will want to know around the fight, and we have all the latest information around the clash. With the announcement being fairly recent, there is not much to cover yet, but we will update this page as soon as possible with all the latest information.

Here’s everything you need to know about Joe Joyce vs Joseph Parker:

Latest News

Update 9th June: Promoter Frank Warren has revealed why the fight has been delayed as he said: “There was a problem and that is that Joe Parker can’t fight because his trainer Andy Lee’s wife has a baby due apparently on the week of the fight, so he can’t train.

“We’ve had to push it back now to September, but in the meantime, Joe [Joyce] is gonna be out. So we’re looking at a couple of opponents for him”

Update 20th May: It is being reported by Stuff that the date of the fight could be changed due to a deal not being agreed yet.


Frank Warren himself said during the Fury vs Whyte broadcast that he is hoping to get this over the line for July 2022 and the boxing promoter was right had confirmed that the two heavyweights will be meeting on Saturday 2nd July 2022. This was revealed by Joe Joyce and reported by Michael Benson.

Boxer Joe Joyce is seen ringside during the Commonwealth, British and IBF European Welterweight Title Fight between Ekow Essuman and Darren Tetley at Wembley Stadium on April 23, 2022 in London, England.

The fight has now been delayed and looks to be taking place in September 2022 as promoter Frank Warren revealed that they have: “had to push it back now to September”.


When confirming the date of the fight, Joyce revealed that the two will be fighting at Wembley Arena in London, England.


The undercard has not been revealed yet, but many boxers will be hoping to get on the card as it will give them a big opportunity to show themselves to a huge audience and prove they have the talent to make it in their division.

How To Watch

The fight has been announced and the company that will be televising the contest will be BT Sports. The fight will be available on BT Sport Box Office.

Live Stream

This PPV fight will be available to live stream on BT Sport. Prices have not been confirmed yet but no doubt it will cost around £15-25. You will be able to buy the pass from this link.

No doubt the prospect of this fight is very exciting for the boxing community and it will be exciting to see what news comes out around this event over the next couple of weeks/months. We will keep you updated with all the latest news as it comes through.

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