Our experts pick who will take out the heavyweight boxing bout between Joseph Parker and Derek Chisora.
Mike Angove – champion fighter turned commentator
Parker on points, possibly by late stoppage
Joseph has great skills and can still really develop but needs more time under Andy Lee for that to emerge. But he will be reinvigorated. He will have to overcome some adversity. Chisora will have seen Dillian Whyte rough him up in their fight - but no one should ignore the effect the headbutt had on Parker in that one. Joe can win by knockout, but will have to work hard to create the opportunity for a clean shot.
Daniella Smith – former world champ
Parker on points
Joseph has been too predictable of late – he's known for great hand speed, but I'd like to see him fighting more on the inside. He needs to back himself and show some excitement. There's a lot for him to do get back in favour, but he's certainly capable of doing it. I'd love to see him get a knockout but I'll pick him to win on points.
Lance Revill – boxing icon
Chisora if it's a KO, although Parker could win on points
It's a very difficult fight to predict, with Parker over in England and changing trainers. But Chisora is a real handful, a brawler, and Parker doesn't like that sort of opponent. Parker doesn't push himself hard enough – he doesn't even like the heavy bags in training. But maybe he will be motivated to prove the doubters wrong.
Patrick McKendry – sportswriter
Parker by stoppage
I predicted a stoppage in Parker's last fight – Junior Fa turned out to be better than I expected using a smothering, survival-based game plan. But the ageing Chisora's only chance is a knockout. He doesn't have the boxing skills of Parker or even Fa. That should open the door for Parker.
Christopher Reive – sportswriter
Parker, probably on points
Chisora always comes out like a bull at a gate, flying with his right hand, trying to put his opponent away early. Then he slows down. Parker will maintain his distance, use the fast jab, accumulate points and outlast him. Putting Chisora away won't be the objective.
Dylan Cleaver - sportswriter
Parker on points
I haven't seen anything from him in recent times to suggest he can put him on the floor, but surely he is too fit for a 37-year-old has-been.
Chris Mirams – sports writer/boxing aficionado
Parker to win
Chisora is an old warrior who will crowd him and throw a lot of punches. He's only been stopped three times. Parker needs to move, box and be patient. When the opportunity comes, Parker needs to bite down on the mouthguard and dig in which we haven't seen for a while. A stoppage win by Parker revives his career. A loss buries it.
Liam Napier - sportswriter
Joseph Parker, on points
Chisora is too old to change his style despite a new trainer. He will apply constant pressure and land heavy shots to wear the Kiwi down, setting up the one-shot ending. There's no point engaging in a brawl with Chisora. Parker's superior hand speed, height, reach and movement can win it, and might even create an opening as Chisora fades.
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